We see extremes of temperatures in the solar system from the core of our Sun to the frigid outer reached of the solar system. These temperatures differences shape our little corner of the cosmos; they create the many different types of worlds that inhabit our solar system.
In this talk we shall journey through our solar system and look to see how these temperatures have fashioned these unique worlds and discover what our telescopes and planetary probes have found.
This is a richly illustrated talk, drawing on some of the latest data and imagery from European Space Agency and NASA.
7.30pm 12th February The Field Studies Centre @ Gilbert White & The Oates Collections
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Presented by Graham Bryant
Graham is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and President of the Hampshire Astronomical Group. Graham was given an Honorary Fellowship of the University of Portsmouth in recognition of the decades of collaboration between the University’s Mathematics and Physics departments and the Clanfield Observatory. Currently Graham is the Vice-President of the Federation of Astronomical Societies.
Graham teaches astronomy courses for the general public at the Clanfield observatory as well as lectures at the Gilbert White Outdoor Activity Centre, and on a regular basis supports a number of outreach events around the region. Graham has for many years lectured around the UK to various interest groups and to other astronomical societies.
Graham is a Trustee of the South Downs Planetarium, an educational Charity based in Chichester, as well as a part time planetarium show presenter. He has presented papers at national and international conferences. Graham is also a tour guide for Aurora tour companies operating in Iceland and more recently arctic Norway.
Image Credit: © NASA/JPL-Caltech/ SwRI/MSSS/ Kevin M. Gill
To park in the car park next to the barn the postcode is: GU34 3JU
When entering the village from the A31:
Enter Selborne and continue along the road past the museum. When you see the Selborne Arms take the first turn on the right immediately after the Selborne Arms. You will see a car park on your right, go to the back of this section into the rear section of car park labelled overflow. Straight on to the back of this is The Barn signposted Field Studies Centre.
When entering the village from Petersfield direction:
Enter Selborne and continue along the road. When you see the Selborne Arms take the turn immediately before the pub on the left. You will see a car park on your right, go to the back of this section into the rear section of car park labelled overflow. Straight on to the back of this is The Barn signposted Field Studies Centre.