Category Archives: Particle Physics

Monthly Meeting: Mr. Sam Walton – “Space Weather”

The September 2021 monthly meeting of Liverpool Astronomical Society will be held on Friday, September 17th from 19:00 to 21:00. This meeting is being held online via Zoom (LAS Members have been sent the Zoom link in your email) however it is also open for the public to watch via a live YouTube stream here. […] Continue Reading »

‘A World A Particle’ at The Victoria Gallery & Museum Liverpool

A  new exhibition in the Tate Hall Museum charts the contribution of the University of Liverpool made to the field of Particle Physics – Past, Present and Future. The exhibition aims to ‘demystify’ particle physics for the general visitor whilst exhibiting some of the fascinating and spectacular machinery that has been used here in Liverpool, […] Continue Reading »

‘A World A Particle’ at The Victoria Gallery & Museum, University of Liverpool

A  new exhibition in the Tate Hall Museum charts the contribution of the University of Liverpool made to the field of Particle Physics – Past, Present and Future. The exhibition aims to ‘demystify’ particle physics for the general visitor whilst exhibiting some of the fascinating and spectacular machinery that has been used here in Liverpool, […] Continue Reading »

Astronomy and Space News Roundup: 14th May 2013 to 19th May 2013

A tantalising taste of Titanian topography; the Southern Hemisphere’s only dedicated professional comet-hunting telescope may be forced to shut down; and a Near Earth Asteroid provides opportunities for the press to make tenuous statements about ocean liners and the Royal Family. Date Title/Link Source Submitted by 14th May 2013 40 Years Later, Skylab Space Station […] Continue Reading »

Podcast: In Our Time – Cosmic Rays

You may be interested in this week’s edition of the BBC radio programme “In Our Time“, hosted by Melvyn Bragg, which deals with the topic of Cosmic Rays. From the BBC iPlayer site: Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss cosmic rays. In 1912 the physicist Victor Hess discovered that the Earth is under constant bombardment […] Continue Reading »