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Institute of Astronomy - Public

Speaker: 
Robin Catchpole
Date: 
Wednesday, 16 February, 2022 - 19:15
Number of Visitors: 
405
Weather: 
cloudy
Talk Summary: 
The Antarctic is one of the best and one of the worst places to observe the sky. Observations are being made from the optical through the infrared to the microwave. The Antarctic is home to the world's biggest neutrino observatory and is the perfect place to search for meteorites. In this talk I will sumarise some of the research being done there.

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