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  1. science lounge: Der Griff nach den Sternen

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    Termin: 20. August 2009, 19.00 Uhr Ort: Strandbar Herrmann Franz Josefs Kai/ bei Urania 1010 Wien Moderation: Rainer Nowak (Die Presse) Mit dem Publikum diskutieren: - Dr. Johannes Hahn (BM für…

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    • Galileo's legacy

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      Professor David Malin of the Anglo-Australian Observatory shows how modern technology continues to reveal a Universe more mysterious and beautiful than Galileo could have ever imagined.

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      • Will the world end in 2012? How Galileo created modern astronomy that holds the answer

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        Free Range Science was proud to present Professor David Jamieson from the University of Melbourne as he explained how Galileo’s methods created modern astronomy that now allows us to predict…

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        • The First Astronomers

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          Two great characters - senior custodian of the Wardaman people, Bill Yidumduma Harney, and UK-born and educated CSIRO astrophysicist Ray Norris - explore their separate, yet hauntingly similar notions…

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          • A review of the Drake Equation

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            Is Earth the only harbour of life as we know it? COSMOS editor Wilson da Silva updates the Drake Equation, science’s attempt to determine the number of extraterrestrial civilisations out there…

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            • PDplus: The Square Kilometre Array (SKA), a telescope to explore the early universe

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              Special event for teachers featuring Professor Peter Quinn, Director of The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR).

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              • VIRTIS - a space instrument

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                VIRTIS, the Visible and InfraRed Thermal Imaging Spectrometer, is a science instrument that flies in space on the Rosetta and Venus Express space missions from the European Space Agency ESA and the…

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                • Free Range Science presents SKA - the world's biggest telescope - Part 1: Introduction & Background

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                  We found out what all the excitement was about as former Bendigo local and current Deputy Director of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy, Professor Steven Tingay, returned to town to present…

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                  • Free Range Science presents SKA - the world's biggest telescope - Part 2: SKA science

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                    We found out what all the excitement was about as former Bendigo local and current Deputy Director of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy, Professor Steven Tingay, returned to town to present…

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                    • 1, 2, 3, Planet

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                      In 2006 the International Astronomical Union decided to reclassify the objects of the Solar System. Now, the Solar System contains three main group of objects: the planets, the dwarf planets and the…

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