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The life cycle of the stars: are we star dust or nuclear waste?

The story of the birth and death of stars is the story of the battle of matter against gravity, the origin of the elements and some of the biggest bangs in the universe.

Join Dr Robin Catchpole for this free public lecture that explains the intimate connection between the birth and death of stars and the origin of life.


Dr Robin Catchpole | talks


Date and Time:

10 November 2009 at 12:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Royal Astronomical Society
Burlington House

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Free after 1230 on the day

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Friends of the RAS have priority in booking tickets, but members of the public can turn up on the day.

Additional Information:

Tube: Green Park
Tel: 020 7734 3307
Seats may be reserved in advance by Friends of the RAS and remaining seats will be offered on the day on a first-come first served basis. Doors open from 12.30.

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