There are over 6000 meteorites in worldwide collections but we know only where a handful of them originated in our solar system.
This talk will give you an opportunity to discover how projects like UKFall are tracking fireballs to recover meteorites, providing new insights into our solar system's history.
To find out more about about UKFall, you can visit their website here, or sign up their mailing list.
This talk was organised by the West of England and South Wales regional committee.
Featured image: Dr Luke Daly
[In-person] Stephen is a writer of maritime history, biography and travel. In this talk, he rewrites our maritime history by turning the limelight from the admirals, generals and company men onto the ordinary seafarers.
26 April 2022
Learn more about the increasing role of heat from the Atlantic Ocean in melting Arctic Ocean sea ice and the potential impacts on the UK.
28 September 2021
This talk gives an overview of the Geldingadalir fissure eruption in SW Iceland, which began in March 2021 - the first such eruption in the area for 800 years.
8 September 2021
Minarets in the Mountains is the first English travelogue to explore Europe’s Indigenous Muslim communities and their heritage. The book also unearths some of the historic roots of European Islamophobia.
20 July 2021
Tak a tour of Costa Rica’s habitats, which have more species per square metre than anywhere else on Earth. If Costa Rica has achieved this, why can’t the rest of us?
21 April 2021
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