Living library: space
7 October, 7:30 pm
Living library | Physics, Space, Technology
To celebrate World Space Week, browse our bookshelf, then get a chance to borrow a real space researcher for a small-group conversation. All of our ‘living books’ have a career connected to space, or help people to understand space. Whether they photograph the night sky, peer into the depths of the cosmos or work with communications satellites, they all have fascinating stories to tell. Take this opportunity to chat to friendly experts. It’ll be out of this world!
Book titles and authors:
Space: looking up and looking down: Dr Electra Panagoulia (Satellite Applications Catapult)
What can satellite images tell us? Sarah Cheesebrough (Satellite Applications Catapult)
Explore the Universe: a beginners guide to the night sky: Ross Hockham (UK Astronomy)
Supporting space from the ground: Cat Terrett (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Looking cool in space: Matthew Hills (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Chasing the aurora: Wil Cheung (Twice Brewed Observatory)Browse the books
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