On Saturday 10th October join us online at 20:30 for an evening of ‘Science in the Movies: Fact vs Fiction‘.
We will be joined by a panel of researchers discussing some of their favourite and most irritating scenes in a range of science fiction movies. Dr Laura Hayes at NASA’s Space Flight Centre, Dr Oisin Creaner at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center in the USA, and I-LOFAR’s own Pearse Murphy at Trinity College Dublin and DIAS, will be chatting to I-LOFAR’s Education and Public Engagement Manager Áine Flood about science on the big screen – when they got it right and when they got it very, very wrong.
Join the live stream on Saturday 10th at 20:30 (Irish time) here.
For more information, and to see other events in the OFFline Film Festival 2020, check out their website www.offlinefilmfestival.com, and for more about Space Week and the many events on around the country, see www.spaceweek.ie.
Explore the historic and modern astrophysics research happening in Birr, in the heart of the Irish Midlands!
Join us for Culture Night 2020 on a virtual tour to discover the engineering and science behind the 19th century Leviathan telescope, before journeying nearly 200 years into the present day to the 21st century Irish Low Frequency Array (I-LOFAR) radio telescope. Learn about the astronomical discoveries made here at our observatory in Birr Castle Demesne and Ireland’s role in the future of radio astronomy.
The tour will be followed by a live question and answer session with I-LOFAR staff and researchers to answer any queries from attendees on the operation of and discoveries with I-LOFAR.
Suitable for all, registration required via Eventbrite.
This event will be hosted online via Zoom. The link to join will be sent to ticket holders by 15 minute before the start of the event. Should you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org