University of Reading
University of Reading
Aurorae are one of nature's spectacular light shows but why do they occur on our planet? This talk will discuss how the aurora is generated, when and where is best to see it on Earth and where else you could expect to see it in the universe! at University of Reading

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Magnetism and Aurora across the Solar System

University event offered by University of Reading

Event Summary:

Aurorae are one of nature's spectacular light shows but why do they occur on our planet? This talk will discuss how the aurora is generated, when and where is best to see it on Earth and where else you could expect to see it in the universe!

Full Event Details:

Join Dr Chris Scott for this British Science Week lecture at the Department of Meteorology to find out more about this aurorae, or northern and southern lights. You'll also be able to find out more about Meteorology and Environmental Physics opportunities at the University of Reading. The lecture will be followed by a careers session for Meteorology, Environmental Physics and Computing.

Date: 16th March 2016
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Venue: Department of Meteorology, University of Reading, RG6 7BE
Target audience: We welcome GCSE and A-Level students and their teachers and parents/guardians with an interest in science.

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
Teachers (CPD)
Parents

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1



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