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JHI MSc student makes impact at the National Astronomy Meeting

Posted on: 4 July 2019

JHI MSc student Graham Fleming discusses his surprising discovery in the Taurus star-forming region with Helen Klus at the Royal Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Meeting 2019. The annual meeting was hosted by Lancaster University.

International team with JHI astronomer Daniel Holdsworth discovers rapidly pulsating stars

Posted on: 7 June 2019

Among the 32 thousand stars observed in short cadence in the first 2 months of science operations, asteroseismic data from the TESS space mission revealed 5 rare roAp stars, including the fastest pulsator in this class. 5th of June 2019 – Using asteroseismic techniques, an international team searched for  pulsations in a Read More …

Student Prizes 2016/2017

Posted on: 8 June 2017

Each year the students with the best performance in the Entry Level modules and in the BSc (Hons) Astronomy are nominated for a prize.

This year we have a record number of Honours Graduates, ten in all. Congratulations to them all.


Spring 2018 JHI Lecture – Comets Asteroid and Impacts

Event Date: 19 January 2019

It will take place at 6:30pm on 15 May 2018, in the Darwin Lecture Theatre at the University of Central Lancashire.

This event is free. Bookings via Eventbrite website below.
Information from : Email NJones@uclan.ac.uk