Lecture Weds 6th January, 7.30 p.m. "When Earth encounters interplanetary matter: Bananas, Wings and Totoro", by Dr David Asher, Armagh Observatory

Dr David Asher
Dr David Asher is an expert on the dynamics and orbits of objects in the Solar System, and how they interact with each other and the Earth.
 
He recently appeared on BBC TV (above) highlighting the potential danger posed to Earth by "Centaur" objects - giant comets in the outer solar system of which hundreds have been discovered in recent years.
 
We are delighted to welcome David back as a speaker; he has given us some fascinating lectures over the years, with intriguing titles, and this one is no exception! To find out what it's all about come along on Weds 6th Jan 2016.
 
Doors open about 7.15pm. There is free parking available on the campus in the evenings. Admission Free, including light refreshments. We are located in the Bell Theatre, Department of Mathematics and Physics, QUB - details here......
 
 
With thanks to the Astrophysics Research Centre, QUB, for assistance with this event.