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Merseyside Astronomy Day 2014

Saturday, 26th April 2014 @ 10:30 - 15:30 BST


Continuing the MADness from the 2013 Merseyside Astronomy Day, Liverpool John Moores University’s Astrophysics Research Institute are pleased to announce that MAD IX will be held on Saturday 26th April 2014.

The event will include a series of talks from a range of professional astrophysicists, with some additions this year in our new venue including an Ask the Astronomer panel session and an exhibition.

Please Note:
Spaces in the talks are strictly limited. Although a number of places may be available on a first-come, first-served basis on the day, we recommend that you book your place in advance.
Entrance to the MAD this year will be just £5. Book here.

Further Information

The MAD is sponsored by JMU’s Astronomy by Distance Learning Programme.


Saturday, 26th April 2014
10:30 - 15:30 BST
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Dr. Stacey Habergham, Professor Richard Holme, Dr. Ricardo Schiavon, Dr. Chris Watson