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Lecture: The Active Sun – Observations and Instrumentation for Daytime Astronomy

Wednesday, 14th October 1998 @ 19:00 - 21:30 BST

A Public Lecture by Mr David Lunt,
Coronado Instrument Group,
Arizona, USA.

The Sun in Hydrogen-Alpha (H-alpha / Hα)

The Sun in Hydrogen-Alpha (H-alpha / Hα)

The Peter Jost Enterprise Centre
Ground Floor Lecture Theatre.

John Moores University
Byrom Street
Wednesday, 14th October 1998
Starting at 19:00hrs/7:00pm.(Doors open 18:30hrs/6:30pm)

Admission by ticket only – available from Mr Alan B.Scott
Liverpool Starlink Site Manager
The Liverpool John Moores University
Astrophysics Research Institute
Room 624, The James Parsons Building
Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF.
EMail: star@astro.livjm.ac.uk
Tel:+44 0151-231 2289
FAX:+44 0151-231 2475.

and :Liverpool Museum
(Tel: 0151-478 4235).
Tickets are free!

The JMU will be receiving a visit from Mr David Lunt of Coronado Instrument Group, (Az USA) and that he has offered to present a talk. JMU wish to make this available to all instrested parties and would like to extend an invitation to all. This could be of interest to all planning to observe the August 1999 Total Solar Eclipse!

With Thanks to The JMU Astrophysics Group and NMGM – Liverpool Museum: Earth and Physical Sciences Department.


Wednesday, 14th October 1998
19:00 - 21:30 BST
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