Date(s) - 28/10/2020
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Well-trained eyes can be remarkably useful for capturing light curves of evolving objects in the cosmos, even contributing to modern research programmes.
This lecture will consider how stargazing with imperfect, non-linear human eyes can accomplish such a feat, and the important contributions that this makes to elucidating the phenomena of nova detonations in our galaxy.
Gresham College Lectures
Gresham College is a charity and runs free public lectures. They are live during the day but there is the option to watch later. You do need to register but it’s easy to do so.