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
[Online] Author Grant Gordon sailed over 55,000 nautical miles rounding Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope. Louise Adventure records the stories of the people, places and events that shaped this round-the-world odyssey.
2 November 2021
A discussion of how travel has changed in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic and what this might mean for a green recovery.
26 May 2021
2 December 2020
Rewilding: it’s a popular word and it probably isn’t going away. But what does it really mean?
17 November 2020
In this audio-only event, Jacki Hill-Murphy is interviewed by Penny Tranter about her forthcoming book ‘The Life and Travels of Isabella Bird’.
4 November 2020
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