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Fri, 24 May


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Chris Impey, astronomy professor and book publisher will explain to us his achievments, understings in his life. We will have the opportunity to dive into the world of astronomy and physics gaing his expertise.


Time & Location

24 May 2024, 18:00 – 19:00 CEST

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About the event

 Attention all space enthusiasts and cosmic explorers! We have an extraordinary event coming your way that you simply cannot miss! Join us for an awe-inspiring journey through the universe with none other than the esteemed astronomer, educator, and author, Professor Christopher David Impey! 

 Save the date: 24TH APRIL, 6 PM CEST 

Apr 24, 2024 17:00 London

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Meeting ID: 715 2991 5367

Passcode: 4aER69

Prepare to be transported to the far reaches of space as Professor Impey delves into the captivating realm of observational cosmology, unveiling the secrets of low surface brightness galaxies and the enigmatic intergalactic medium. 

Get ready to witness the groundbreaking discoveries that have shaped our understanding of the cosmos, including Professor Impey's remarkable research on active galaxies and quasars, as well as his unparalleled work with the awe-inspiring Hubble Space Telescope.

But Professor Impey's contributions go beyond the realm of research. He is a true pioneer in the field of education, revolutionizing the use of instructional technology and earning accolades with his innovative teaching methods. 

Prepare to be inspired as he shares his passion for astronomy with audiences ranging from wide-eyed kindergartners to brilliant NASA engineers and even enlightened Tibetan Buddhist monks. 

This event is your golden opportunity to embark on an unforgettable cosmic adventure, expand your knowledge of the universe, and ignite your curiosity about the vastness of space. 

Hurry and secure your spot now! Seats are limited, and this is an opportunity you won't want to miss. Reserve your place and get ready to embark on a mind-blowing journey through the cosmos with Professor Christopher David Impey as your guide. 

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