Paper session devoted to astronomy
Do you want to learn how to observe gravitational waves or if we have a chance to find life beyond Earth? Or are you interested in the progress of space projects and missions such as Europa Clipper, InSight or Cheops? If so, take part in a paper session devoted to astronomy under the patronage of the Institute of Physics of the Silesian University of Technology.
The ALMUKANTARAT Astronomical Club Association , whose aim is to promote interest in astronomy, organizes a paper session devoted to astronomy. The meeting will take place on March 8th and 9th , 2023 at the Centre of New Technologies at 22B, Konarskiego Street in Gliwice.
Topics of papers:
- The next step for humanity - the Lunar Gateway project.
- Future study of Jupiter's moon system - JUICE mission and Europa Clipper.
- Will we find life beyond Earth? Or a few words about astrobiology.
- Pluto then and now, how New Horizons changed our perception of Pluto .
- Almost like Bruce Willis in Armageddon - space mining.
- InSight mission, i.e. seismological research on Mars.
- Crisis in cosmology: modern measurements of the Hubble constant.
- Another visitor to the solar system - the discovery of Comet Borisov.
- IDA, or how to protect the sky from light pollution.
- Why do galaxies die?
- James Webb Space Telescope.
- How to conduct scientific research in orbit, or about experiments on the ISS.
- Kepler's successor? The first results of the Cheops mission.
- LIGO, or how to observe gravitational waves.
The event is held under the patronage of the Institute of Physics , and the event is co-organized by the Scientific Circle Silesian Aerospace Technologies . More information on the website of the Silesian University of Technology | Events (polsl.pl) .