UCL Astrophysics Group
Professor David Walker has been awarded the Institute of Physics (IOP)
Optics and Photonics Prize for 2014. More...
Students and staff at UCL’s teaching observatory, the University of London Observatory, have spotted one of the closest supernova to Earth in recent decades. At 19:20 GMT on 21 January, a team of students – Ben Cooke, Tom Wright, Matthew Wilde and Guy Pollack – assisted by Dr Steve Fossey, spotted the exploding star in nearby galaxy Messier 82 (the Cigar Galaxy). More...
Five members of the Department have been commended by the Royal Astronomical Society in their 2014 awards: More...
Your Universe has taken place three times, the latest in March 2010 was part of the National Science and Engineering Week. Events include exhibits, lectures and telescopes, over several days in the UCL Bloomsbury campus (cloisters, old refectory, Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre and the front Quadrangle).
|Secondary school kids look at the Moon and Jupiter with a couple of portable telescopes from the University of London Observatory.|
|A young audience enjoy the 3D images from the Stereo mission during a lecture by Dr Chris Davis from Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL).|
Roger Wesson explains his work to a group of year 5 kids.
Your Universe will happen again in October 2010 and March 2011.
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