“Exoplanets” or “extrasolar” planets are worlds that orbit stars outside the Solar System.
There are myriad types ranging from the so-called “Hot-Jupiters” to Earth and Super Earth sized planets.
This talk aims to give a brief introduction to exoplanetary science, an exciting field at the cutting-edge of astronomy; describing how we find these worlds and what we can know about them.
- Date: Sunday 18th February 2018,
- Time: 7pm.
- Speaker: Ramin Lolachi (SAS).
- Venue: Will take place at the Cygnus Observatory (WWC Discovery Room).
Our speaker is Ramin Lolachi , a SAS member and PHD student.