Cork Astronomy Club in honoured to welcome Jocelyn Bell Burnell who will give a talk by Zoom on “Pulsars, magnetars and fast radio bursts”.
An inspiring speaker, it’s a topic she is uniquely qualified to address, since in 1967 as a postgraduate student Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered the first radio pulsars, amongst the most significant scientific achievements of the 20th century. She is visiting Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Oxford, and past president of the Institute of Physics and of the Royal Astronomical Society.
The 26th October is a public holiday, but the committee felt that an exception should be made for an exceptional speaker.
This lecture will be held via Zoom, and is open to all. To join the Zoom meeting click this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86442149554 . Start time 8 pm, and we aim to finish at 9.15. There will be an opportunity to stay and chat for a few minutes after the end of the formal meeting if you want to.
Not familiar with Zoom? If you contact us in good time, we may be able to help. Email us or ring Peter on 089-2004553