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What exactly goes on at the International
Space Station and why does the Earth spin? Just how big is our galaxy
and how did the Moon form? From constellations to space shuttles, Space
is as endlessly fascinating as the universe itself.
About 30 UCL and French astronomers gathered on 9 & 10 June 2016 at the Royal Astronomical Society in London to discuss the “Cosmic Web”, the complex large scale structure in the universe. The meeting was sponsored by the French Embassy, within UCL’s Grand Challenges programme. The meeting was organised by Aurelien Benoit-Levy (IAP), Ofer Lahav (UCL) and others. More...
Twinkle, a mission led by UCL scientists that will unravel the story of planets in our galaxy, has completed a key design milestone. The results of the “payload study” demonstrate that Twinkle’s instruments will be able to achieve the mission’s science objectives. More...
The Science and Technology Facilities Council confirmed the UK's
participation in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) this week,
an international project that UCL astronomers have been involved in
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