Wednesday 30 November, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Re-emerging as a live, face-to-face event, Moon Night will give you an insight into the university's world-leading research in planetary and space sciences. We have two speakers: Libby Jackson, Head of Space Exploration at the UK Space Agency and Steve Crabtree, a BBC Executive Producer, who will show and tell of the making of "The Far Side of the Moon" episode within the Science's Greatest Mysteries series. The OU's lunar research informs the content of this episode. Following the public lecture, there will be a number of hands-on activities:
In person tickets are limited, and there is an option to join the talks online here.
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