During September a total of 115.3 hrs where used for scientific data taking, beating the previous record (set only in August 2018) by 14hrs.
2nd Oct: Dr Wonju Kim is visiting (27th Sept-5th Oct) and will be giving a seminar on her PhD thesis work.
On Wednesday the 26th of September 37 Physics, Astrophysics and Space Science students at stages 2,… Read more
Sally Makin successfully defended her PhD thesis on the 20th Sept.
3rd – 5th August: Explore the subject of space science, astronomy and astrophysics, and take part in the projects led by a team of UK scientists.
Beacon Observatory opens its doors to local pupils, “sparking” an interest in Astronomy
Two day SEPnet conference organised by Kent PhD Students
The main focus of this meeting was to plan the next steps of the project which are primarily aimed at mapping the large scale structure of the Milky Way and investigating the link between the spiral arms and star formation.
A University planetary scientist is part of an international team that has established the first direct link between collapsing structures on comets and cometary outbursts.