The First Stars in the Universe

Wednesday 19 February, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Suitability: 10 Yrs +


Stars, like our Sun, are the building blocks of the universe. Without them life would be impossible. Our universe is thought to have began with the Big Bang, about 13.8 billion years ago. But how and when did the very first stars form? Were they different to newer stars like our Sun? Find out in this talk, by Dr Laura Murphy of TCD. Aimed at ordinary folk with a general interest in science, ask Laura all your burning questions about about the stars. 
This event is kindly supported by the Irish Astronomical Association
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Queens University
School of Maths and Physics Teaching Centre (sits in front of the McClay Library
Belfast BT7 1LP)


Queens Univeristy