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Web site
www.rigb.org/conte…
When
26 Apr 2013
Where
United Kingdom
Organiser
The Royal Institution
Contact address
United Kingdom

Lecture/talk

Our dynamic Sun

For the past few years, the Sun has been very quiet, but now it is becoming active again, with huge explosions and solar flares which shoot very hot material into space at extremely high speeds. Helen Mason will explore what causes solar activity and what we are learning about the Sun from space observations in the ultraviolet and X-ray wavelength ranges.For more information and to book visit www.rigb.org