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Public Event

Let there be Light!

Date: 14 Jun 2015
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: P/X/001, Physics and Electronics Building, University of York

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From the beginning of the Universe, to its eventual end, find out what light can tell us all about Space. From the light that we can see to a whole range that we can't, discover how telescopes are revealing the wonders of the Universe with the University of York's Katherine Leech. With live demonstrations and hands-on activities: from hidden messages and special glasses, join us to see the invisible!

This event is suitable for all ages and is part of the Children's University.

This event is part of the York Festival of Ideas. Check out yorkfestivalofideas.com/2015 for lots more exciting events.

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