an astro-chat with
Professor Don Kurtz
Visiting Professor, School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Lincoln, UK
Friday, 27 May 2022
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The sky has many beautiful phenomena caused by the interaction of light with the air: blue skies, red sunsets, rainbows, glories, haloes, green flashes, sun dogs and blue moons. We will see pictures of these and learn where to see them and how they are formed. We will also see and learn about a blue sky on Saturn, murky sunsets on Mars, the black skies of many moons, and speculations about the skies on some of the more than 5000 exoplanets that have been discovered in recent years.
This is our 10th Astro-Chat with our distinguished guest Professor Don Kurtz. The session will include a brief illustrated introduction followed by questions and answers. Members of the public will be able to ask questions in the live-chat. The event is hosted by Professor Andrei Zvelindovsky, Head of the School of Maths & Physics at the University of Lincoln, UK.
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This is so interesting I’d like to learn more about the astronomical phenomena
Because it is my future career
This is great I’d like to learn more about the astronomical phenomena
It’s my dream which I wanna achieve
First of thank you for allowing me to join and be part of the event Amazing how things happen yet so dangerous it’s a sight to see it really is only thing when I feel to Cleveland a feed years ago I didn’t see anyone flying in the sky and we had to go above the clouds at night soaked see anything it’s a sight to see because you look up at the sky your whole life and when in air can’t see anything isn’t see a black sky or dark blue sky it was like if I was on the ground