Icy atmospheres (English lecture)

Recent and on-going research on Uranus and Neptune

Dr. Michael Roman, University of Leicester / UK

Friday, 26 November 2021, 8 p.m.
Online tickets available

Planetary astronomer Dr. Michael Roman from Leicester University will provide insights in his recent and on-going research which involved the ALMA and VLT telescopes in the past and will possibly even benefit from the soon to be launched James Webb Space Telescope (JWST, now scheduled for 18 December).

Afterwards, if the skies are clear, the planets Uranus and Neptune (among others) can be observed with the telescopes at our rooftop observatory.

Online-Tickets: € 5 / 3
Advance booking required due to limited number of seats.
Admission from 7:30 p.m. (applies online as well as real life)
Please consider our visiting regulations: "2G+" certificates and FFP2 mask required.

Advance booking has ended. Unfortunately, due to the limited number of seats, it is rather unlikely to get any remaining tickets at the box office either.

Where does the event happen? hybrid: partly online, partly at Volkssternwarte München, Rosenheimer Str. 145h, 81671 München

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