Annual Robert Grosseteste Lecture in Astrophysics

28 SEPT
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The School of Mathematics and Physics Annual Robert Grosseteste Lecture in Astrophysics will this year be delivered by respected American astronomer Don Kurtz.

The public lecture entitled ‘Tides: From the Bay of Fundy to Black Holes’ will take place on 28th September from 6pm-7:20pm in the Issac Newton lecture theatre.

This richly illustrated lecture looks at tides from the Earth to colliding Galaxies and will address questions such as why are there two tides per day? What causes Spring and Neap tides and what are Earth tides?

The lecture is free to attend but booking is recommended https://mathsphyspublic.wordpress.com/2018/08/22/annual-robert-grosseteste-lecture-in-astrophysics-2/