Date(s) - 15/05/2019
7:30pm - 9:30pm
Henry Dixon Hall
Extra-Terrestrial Life with David Warrington
Is it likely that life exists elsewhere in the universe? What conditions does life need? How are we searching for it? What would happen if we encountered it?
Join us to find the answers!
David Warrington studied astrophysics at university and embarked on a career as a science teacher. With over a decade of experience in science education, David is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, former Chairman of NEAS, and currently the Resident Astronomer at the Scottish Dark Sky Observatory.
Anyone is welcome – beginner or expert – and there is no need to pre-book. A small charge applies to help us cover costs (typically £3 for non-members; £2 for members; U16s free). Doors open at 7.30pm with the talk starting at 8.00pm.
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