A public lecture by Professor Martin Barstow, Professor in Astrophysics & Space Science at the University of Leicester.
Have you ever wanted to send a probe to a distant planet or look deep into the most remote regions of the Universe? Forget being a big city stock market trader or financial wizard. You could be a real rocket scientist!
A 'Friend of the RAS' can reserve a seat by contacting the RAS, preferably by email to [email protected], between 10:00 on the Monday of the week before until 17:00 of the day before the lecture. (Please note that you must collect your ticket on the day of the lecture by 12:30)
Non-'Friends' may collect tickets for any remaining seats on a ‘first come first served’ basis only on the day of the lecture after 12:30.
Official Website: http://www.ras.org.uk/component/gem/?id=104
Added by andy.stevens on February 16, 2011