Sounding Stars and the Search for Other Worlds
The NASA Kepler Mission has made ground-breaking observations of the natural resonances of stars (asteroseismology), and discovered thousands of planets orbiting stars in the nearby regions of our Galaxy. The NASA TESS Mission, launched in 2018, is continuing these endeavours but now across most of the sky.
Join astrophysicist Professor Bill Chaplin (University of Birmingham) to find out the latest science results from TESS and Kepler, and artist Liz Hingley to discover how Professor Chaplin is working with artists, in the PHYART@UoB Project, to add new life to this exciting science.
Entry via level 3 Event Suite (level 3 Millennium Point). Doors open 6.45pm. Owing to layout of the building, and to reduce disruption to the event, the doors will be closed at 7.05pm and no late entry will be permitted.
Suitable for ages 16+
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