DVDs

Below are DVD recordings from Lectures 2016 some going back as far as 2004.

NB: Lecture recordings can vary in quality due to lecture conditions, background noise, clarity of speaker etc.  Every effort is made to bring you top quality recordings given the above variables.

DVD’s cost just €10 for non-members and €5 for members

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December 12th 2016 ‘Where next after Rosetta? Comets, asteroids, and some confused objects in between’ by Dr. Colin Snodgrass, Open University.Call 086 06 46 555
November 14th ‘100 Years of General Relativity: from Black Holes to Gravitational Waves’ by Dr. Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, Waterford Institute of Technology.Call 086 06 46 555     
October 10th “The Cosmic Chemical Cauldron by Dr. Helen Fraser, Open University, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
September 19th “Blow up a Star and find Dark Energy”, By Dr. Cosimo Inserra, Queens University, Belfast.Call 086 06 46 555
Star-B-Q 2016 Talks
Black Holes by Dr Paul Callanan from University College Cork.Call 086 06 46 555
Black Space: how outer space has changed on our TV and cinema screens by Dr Padraig Murphy, DCU Science Communication Course Director.Call 086 06 46 555
The Universe by David Moore, a mini-version of his one-man stage-show selling out theatres across Ireland this year.Call 086 06 46 555
  
August 8th “The world in eleven dimensions” by Professor Michael Duff, Theoretical Physics, Imperial College LondonCall 086 06 46 555
July 11th Neptune, Triton and the Outer Solar System by Dr. Craig Agnor, Queen Mary University of LondonCall 086 06 46 555
June 13th “Multi wavelength Universe, as observed with the telescopes of the 21st century” by Dr. Masha Chernyakova of DCUCall 086 06 46 555
May 16th 2016 May 16th 2016 “An Emerging Cosmic Perspective” By Kevin Nolan of the Planetary SocietyCall 086 06 46 555
April 11th 2016 “Venus Exploration: past, present and future ” By Dr Colin Wilson, University of Oxford University.Call 086 06 46 555
March 14th 2016 “Exploring the low – frequency Universe with LOFAR” By Dr. Peter Gallagher, Physics and Astrophysics, TCDCall 086 06 46 555
February 8th 2016 ” The Bizarre Nature of Volcanism on Early-Forming Asteroids” by Professor Lionel Wilson of Lancaster University.Call 086 06 46 555
January 18th 2016 “The Beauty and Science of Nebulae” by Dr. Carolin Crawford, University of Cambridge.Call 086 06 46 555
January 5th International Space Station Operations and Tim Peake’s Principia Mission” by Andrea Boyd, ISS Flight Operations Engineer, Space Applications ServicesCall 086 06 46 555
Dec 14th 2015 “Exoplanets and the Search for ET” By Dr. Duncan Forgan of Edinburgh University.Call 086 06 46 555
Nov. 9th 2015Mapping the Universe, The Sloan Digital Sky Survey By Dr. Karen Masters, University of Portsmouth, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
Oct 12th 2015 TBA By Professor Stephen J Smartt of Queen’s University BelfastCall 086 06 46 555
Sept. 21st 2015 “Rosetta the comet chaser – up close & personal” By Dr Laurence O’Rourke, Irishman at European Space Agency.Call 086 06 46 555
Star-B-Q August 15 2015 Prof. Susan McKenna Lawlor, Leo Enright and David Moore.Call 086 06 46 555
Aug 10th 2015 “The Sun –  Our Star By Professor Mihalis Mathioudakis, Queen’s University Belfast.Call 086 06 46 555
July 6th 2015 “Cosmic dust: The stuff of asteroids and comets” by Dr. Mathew Genge, Imperial College London.Call 086 06 46 555
June 15 2015 “Star Formation in the Milky Way and in the Early Universe” By Jorick Vink of Armagh ObservatoryCall 086 06 46 555
2015 May 11 “Einstein and the Big Bang” by Dr Cormac O Raifeartaigh, Waterford Institute of TechnologyCall 086 06 46 555
2015 April 13 “Dark Matter? Dark Energy? – What we don’t know about the Universe” by Professor Andy Shearer of NUIGCall 086 06 46 555
2015 March 9 “Russian Space Science” By Brian Harvey Space Author.Call 086 06 46 555
2015 February 9 “Exploring the Realm of the Giants” By Dr. Leigh Fletcher, University of OxfordCall 086 06 46 555
2015 January 12 “A surprising Comet” Dr. Pedro Lacerda of the Max Planck Institute.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 December 8 “How to blow up a star” by Dr Stuart Sim of QUB.Call 086 06 46 555
ASTRO-EXPO 2014 
1pm- Tom O’Donoghue, “Astro-photography”Call 086 06 46 555
3pm- Dr. Ian Sanders, TCD Geology Department “Meteorites”Call 086 06 46 555
5pm- John Hackett, “Human Space Flight – The Near Future “Call 086 06 46 555
  
2014 November 10 ” The Great Stone Circle at Lough Gur” by Dr. Frank Prendergast of DIT.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 October 13 “A bird’s eye view of the Milky Way” By Dr. John Magorrian, Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 September 8 ” Putting Soil into Orbit” by Sara Vero of Teagasc.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 August 11 “Comets and Culture” By Dr. Patrick McCafferty, Queens University , Queen’s University BelfastCall 086 06 46 555
2014 July 14 ‘Imaging other worlds’ by Dr. Markus Janson, Queen’s University, Belfast.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 June 9 “Puzzles of the Gamma Ray Universe” by Dr. Masha Chernyakova, DCU.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 May 09 “Dreams and Aspirations: A vision becoming a reality?” by Dr Norah Patten Icomp, Univ. of Limerick. Call 086 06 46 555
2014 April 14 “Exploring the Dynamic Universe” by Professor Andy Newsam, Liverpool John Moore’s University. Call 086 06 46 555
2014 March 10 “Detectors for Particle Physics at CERN and other applications” By Professor Val O’Shea, University of Glasgow.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 February 10 “Our Dynamic Sun” by Dr. Helen Mason, University of Cambridge.Call 086 06 46 555
2014 January 13 ‘Einstein and the expanding Universe’ by Dr Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, WIT.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 December 9 ‘ESA Missions Present and Future’ By Professor Alvaro Giménez Cañete, Director ESA.Call 086 06 46 555
  
Astro-Expo 16/11/2013 
2013 November 16 ‘Comet ISON on Camera’ By David Moore.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 November 16 ‘Chasing Solar Eclipses’ By Dr Kate Russo.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 November 16 ‘Exploring Mars, Discovering Earth’ By Kevin Nolan.Call 086 06 46 555
  
2013 November 11 ‘How to build a Galaxy’ By Dr. Mark Wilkinson, University of Leicester.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 October 14 ‘Building and operating robotic spacecraft’ By Dr. Leah-Nani S Alconel, UCL, London.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 September 16 ‘The Past, Present and Future of Lunar Science’ By Dr Katherine Joy, University of Manchester.Call 086 06 46 555
Star-B-Q 31/08/2013 
“Solar Maximum: The Sun-Earth Connection” by Dave Gradwell.Call 086 06 46 555
“Light Pollution in Ireland” by Dr Brian Espey, Trinity College Dublin.Call 086 06 46 555
“A Tour of the Universe” by David Moore, Astronomy Ireland. 
  
2013 August 12 ‘Plasma and the Early Universe’ by Professor Steven Cowley UK Atomic Energy Authority.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 July 08 ‘Are We Alone’ by Dr Robin Catchpole, Cambridge University.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 June 10th ‘Meteorites: Myth, Mystery and Marvel’ By Dr. Caroline Smith, Curator at Natural History Museum, London.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 May 13th ‘A New View of the Cold Universe; first results from ALMA’ by Professor John Richer, Cambridge University.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 April 29th ‘The Gloria Project in a Nutshell’ by Professor Lorraine Hanlon, UCD.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 March 11th ‘Fingerprinting the Universe’ by Dr. Andrew Liddle of Edinburgh University.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 February 11th ‘Exploring the Current Solar Cycle with the Solar Dynamics Observatory’ By Dr. Ryan Milligan, Queens University Belfast.Call 086 06 46 555
2013 January 14th ‘Exploring Mars: Curiosity, Water and Life’ By Dr Peter Grindrod, UCL, London.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 December 10th ‘Exploring Extrasolar Worlds: from gas giants to terrestrial habitable planets’ By Dr Giovanna Tinetti, Dept of Physics and Astronomy, UCL London.Call 086 06 46 555
ASTRO- EXPO
‘The Universe’ – David MooreCall 086 06 46 555
‘The Latest from the Mars Curiosity Rover’ – Kevin NolanCall 086 06 46 555
 
2012 November 12th ‘Gaia: Mapping the Milky Way’ By Dr. Nicholas Walton, Cambridge University.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 October 08 ‘The God Particle Explained’ by Dr. Cormac O Raifeartaigh, Waterford Institute of Technology.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 September 15 Star-B- Q Lecture by Sky at Night’s Pete Lawrence.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 September 15 Star- B-Q Supernova Lecture by David Grennan.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 September 10 ‘In Search of the Northern Lights’ by Dr. James Wild of Lancaster University.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 August 13 ‘Ancient Astronomical Alignments’ by tour guide Martin Byrne.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 July 13 ‘Current developments at CERN’ by Prof. Rolf Heuer, CERN, Geneva. Only �10 inc P&PCall 086 06 46 555
2012 July 09 ‘Fingerprinting the Universe’ by Prof Andrew Liddle Sussex UniversityCall 086 06 46 555
2012 June 11 ‘Upgrading Humans: a user guide’ by Professor Kevin Warwick, Cybernetics, Reading University.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 May 14 ‘The Science of Armageddon’ by Jay Tate of the Spaceguard Centre, Wales.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 April 16 ‘Telescopes of the 21st Century’ by Professor Michael Merrifield, University of Nottingham.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 February 13 ‘ The Future of Astronomy and Space Exploration’ by Kevin Nolan of the Planetary Society.Call 086 06 46 555
2012 January 09 ‘Searching for particles at the LHC, Cern. by Prof. Peter Watkins, University of Bermingham.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 December 12 ‘Why Pluto isn’t a Planet’ by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Oxford University.Call 086 06 46 555
ASTRO EXPO 2011 November 19 
‘Observing explosions on the Sun’ By Dave Gradwell.Call 086 06 46 555
‘Faster than light-was Einstein wrong’ by Dr Cormac O Raifeartaigh.Call 086 06 46 555
  
2011 November 14 ‘The Birth and Death of Stars’ By Dr. Gareth Murphy, School of Cosmic Physics, DIAS.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 October 10 ‘Sounds of the Cosmos’ by Dr. Lewis Dartnell, UCL/Birkbeck UKCall 086 06 46 555
2011 September 12 ‘The Role of Supernovae in Modern Cosmology’ By Tom Boles, Supernova HunterCall 086 06 46 555
2011 August 27 Star-B-Q “The Universe” By David Moore, Chairman of Astronomy Ireland.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 August 27 Star-B-Q “Hunting Supernovae” By David Grennan, Raheny ObservatoryCall 086 06 46 555
2011 August 27 Star-B-Q “Black Holes and How They Work” By Paul Abel, The Sky at Night.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 August 8 The next generation of Exoplanet Surveys by Dr. Don Pollacco of Queens University Belfast.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 July 11 The Extraordinary Universe; looking at Gamma-rays from Space By Dr. Mark Lang, Head of School of Physics, NUI Galway.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 June 13 The Sun and Space Weather by Dr Lyndsay Fletcher, University of Glasgow, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 May 9 Herschel; the first two years by Dr. Chris North, Cardiff University.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 April 11 The LHC and recent operation with beams by Dr. Stephen Myers, Cern, Switzerland.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 March 14 Amateur Rocketry; an uplifting hobby by Colin FitzsimonsCall 086 06 46 555
2011 February 14 Astronomy in Irish pre-history by Frank Prendergast DIT.Call 086 06 46 555
2011 January 10 ESA – current and future missions by Professor David Southwood, director ESACall 086 06 46 555
2010 December 13 Does Astronomy Matter by Dr. Ian Corbett, General Secretary, IAUCall 086 06 46 555
2010 Astro-Expo “The first Irish Supernova” by David GrennanCall 086 06 46 555
2010 Astro-Expo ” Cosmology” by Prof. Carlos FrenkCall 086 06 46 555
2010 Astro-Expo ” Irish Radio Astronomy” by Dr. Peter GallagherCall 086 06 46 555
2010 November 11 The Universe by David MooreCall 086 06 46 555
2010 November 8 “Pulsars” By Dr. Andy Shearer, Centre for Astronomy, NUI Galway.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 October 11 Astrobiology By Lewis DartnellCall 086 06 46 555
2010 September 13 The Anthikythera Mechanism By Professor Mike Edmunds of Cardiff UniversityCall 086 06 46 555
2010 Sept 4 Star-B-Q “The Universe” By David Moore, Chairman of Astronomy Ireland.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 September 4 Star-B-Q “the Secrets of the Stones By Anthony MurphyCall 086 06 46 555
2010 September 4 Star-B-Q “Moon Landings Hoax By Dr. Martin Hendry, University of Glasgow.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 August 9 Gamma-ray Astronomy: A New Window on the Extreme Universe By Dr. John Quinn, School of Physics, University College DublinCall 086 06 46 555
2010 July 12 “Observations of Saturn’s magnetic environment by the Cassini-Huygens mission” By Dr Caitriona Jackman, Imperial College London.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 June 14 “Black Holes, The LHC, and The God Particle” by Dr. Cormac O’Raifeartaigh of Waterford ITCall 086 06 46 555
2010 May 10 “Studying Winds from Red Giants with HST and FUSE” by Dr. Brian Espey of Trinity College DublinCall 086 06 46 555
2010 April 12 “Mercury -New Insights” by Dr. David Rothery of the Open University, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 March 8 “Behold Mars” By Kevin Nolan of the Planetary Society.Call 086 06 46 555
2010 February 8 “Living with a star” By Dr. Chris Davis, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UKCall 086 06 46 555
2010 January 25 “400 Years of the Telescope” by Professor Allan Chapman, Wadham College, Oxford.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 December “The European Southern Observatory” by Professor Tim De Zeeuw of ESO.Call 086 06 46 555
 
Nov. 14 Astro-Expo 2009
(Euro 10 inc.P&P each or all 3 Astro-Expo lectures for Euro20 inc P&P)
“Imaging the night sky” by Kevin SweeneyCall 086 06 46 555
“Mars – a Cosmic Stepping Stone” by Kevin NolanCall 086 06 46 555
“Meteorites” by Dr Ian Sanders, TCD.Call 086 06 46 555
 
2009 November 9 “The Big Bang” By Dr. Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, Physics Department, Waterford Institute of Technology.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 October 9 “The View From Saturn: Images From The Cassini Spacecraft” By Professor Carl Murray of Queen Mary University of LondonCall 086 06 46 555
2009 September 14 “Searching for exoplanets”
By Dr. Chris Watson, Astrophysics Research Ctr, QUB HERE
Call 086 06 46 555
2009 August 10 “Mad about Meteorites” By Matthew Parkes, of the National Museum of Ireland.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 July 23 “Moonshot” By BBC journalist Dan ParryCall 086 06 46 555
2009 July 13 “Dark matter and the smallest galaxies, elementary particle physics to the Universe” By Professor Gerry Gilmore Cambridge University, UK. Call 086 06 46 555
2009 June 15 “Hanny’s Voorwerp” by Hanny Van ArkelCall 086 06 46 555
2009 June 8 “Asteroids – recent Irish discoveries” by David Grennan and Dave McDonaldCall 086 06 46 555
2009 May 11 “Shamrock and Space” by NASA Scientist Anthony Heijenga.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 April 20 “From the Moon to Matroshka” 
by Professor Denis O’Sullivan , School of Cosmic Physics,
Call 086 06 46 555
2009 April 1 “Evening Class Telescope Lecture” by David Moore, Chairman of Astronomy Ireland.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 March 16 “The European Space Agency” By Professor David Southwood, Director of ESA.Call 086 06 46 555
2009 February 9 “Cosmic Casualty: Farce and Fortuity in the Exploration of Space” By Doug Ellison of unmannedspaceflight.comCall 086 06 46 555
2009 January 12  “Touchdown on Titan” by Professor John Zarnecki of the Open UniversityCall 086 06 46 555
2008 December 8 “Living in the Sun’s Atmosphere” By Dr. Lucie Green, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, U.K. Call 086 06 46 555
2008 November 10 “Smoking Stars” by Dr. Simon Jeffery of Armagh Observatory.Call 086 06 46 555
 
Astro-Expo 2008 from the Science Gallery TCD
‘The Wrath of Ra’ (a lecture on the Sun and how it affects us) by Dr. James McAteer of NASA and TCD AstrophysicsCall 086 06 46 555
‘Celtic Rock – hunting for Asteroids’ by Dave McDonald.  Dave recently discovered the second asteroid ever from Ireland (2008 TM9).Call 086 06 46 555
‘The Coming Space Power of China’ by renowned space author and A&S contributor Brian Harvey. Call 086 06 46 555
 
2008 October 13 “Search for Radio Emission from Extrasolar Planets”  by Gregg Hallinan NUI Galway.Call 086 06 46 555
2008 September 8 “Light Pollution in Ireland” by Albert White of ILPAC.Call 086 06 46 555
2008 August 11 “The Cosmological Distance Ladder – our key to understanding the Universe” by Professor Michael Rowan Robinson.Call 086 06 46 555
2008 July 14 “From Babylon to the Big Bang – History of Astronomy” by Couper & HenbestCall 086 06 46 555
2008 June 9 “Direct Dark Matter Searches” by Professor Tim Sumner, Astrophysics Group, Imperial College London. Call 086 06 46 555
2008 May 12 “Astronomy in Ireland” by Robert Hill of the Northern Ireland Space Office in Armagh Planetarium.Call 086 06 46 555
2008 April 14 “CERN – searching for Dark Matter and mini Black Holes” by Dr. Brian Cox, CERN, GenevaCall 086 06 46 555
2008 March 31 “Adventures with the Hubble Space Telescope” by Lars Lindberg Christensen, Head of Communications ESA/HubbleCall 086 06 46 555
2008 March 10 “Shooting the Planets and Eclipse with Patrick Moore” by Carl O’Beirnes and David GrennanCall 086 06 46 555
2008 February 11 “LISA – Gravitational Wave Mission”
By Dr Harry Ward, Institute for Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Call 086 06 46 555
2008 January 14 “Meteorites – New Evidence Uncovered”
By Dr. Ian Sanders, Trinity College Dublin.
Call 086 06 46 555
 
                            Astro-Expo 2007
” The Sun” by Dr. Miruna Popescu, Armagh ObservatoryCall 086 06 46 555
“Astrophotography” by Carl O’Beirnes, Astronomy Shop.Call 086 06 46 555
“Light Pollution” by Albert White of ILPAC,Call 086 06 46 555
 
2007 December 10″Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence”
By Dr. Tim O’Brien, Jodrell Bank Observatory, UK.
Call 086 06 46 555
2007 November “The Day the Sun attacked the Earth” by Stuart Clark.Call 086 06 46 555
2007 November 12″Near Earth Asteroids”
By Dr. Neil McBride, Open University, UK.
Call 086 06 46 555
2007 October 8 “Extrasolar Planets and the hunt for life in the Universe” By Dr. Ian Stevens, University of Bermingham, Uk.Call 086 06 46 555
2007 September 10 “Supernovae – hunting exploding stars” 
By Professor Stephen Smartt, Queens University, Belfast
Call 086 06 46 555
2007 August 13 “Building a Universe – Byte by Byte” by Professor Brad Gibson, Theoretical Astrophysics, University Central Lancashire, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
2007 July 09 “The Birth of Stars and Planets” by Dr Emma Whelan of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS)Call 086 06 46 555
2007 June 11 “The Heliosphere – Living inside the Sun’s Atmosphere” by Dr. Peter Gallagher, NASA/TCD.Call 086 06 46 555
2007 May 14 “Digital Deep Sky Astrophotography” by Dr. Dave Grennan and Jed GloverCall 086 06 46 555
2007 April 16 “Black holes: observation, theory and geometry ” ” by Dr. Oisin Mac ConamhnaCall 086 06 46 555
2007 March 12 “Bang – A Complete History of the Universe” by Dr. Chris Lintott of BBC’s Sky at Night programCall 086 06 46 555
2007 February 12 “The Universe a Biography” By Dr. John GribbenCall 086 06 46 555
2007 January 8 “Black Holes and White Rabbits” by Prof. John Brown.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 December 11 “Women in Astronomy” by Professor Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Oxford.Call 086 06 46 555
 
2 December Astro-Expo 2006
“Future far-infrared astronomy projects and prospects” by Dr. Neil Trappe of NUI MaynoothCall 086 06 46 555
“Island of the Setting Sun – In Search of Ireland’s Ancient Astronomers” by Anthony Murphy, Mythical Ireland.Call 086 06 46 555
“European Southern Observatory” by Claus Madsen of ESO (Germany).Call 086 06 46 555
“Reaching out to ET” by Dr Martin Griffiths of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, Glamorgan University.Call 086 06 46 555
 
2006 November 13 “Blackrock Castle Robotic Observatory” By Dr. Niall Smith, CIT.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 October 9 “NASAs Vision for Space Exploration/ ESA’s Aurora Program” 
By Kevin Nolan of the Planetary Society
Call 086 06 46 555
11 September 2006 “Current European Space Exploration” by Prof. David Southwood, European Space AgencyCall 086 06 46 555
2006 August 14 “Celestial Mechanics” by Patrick Browne, NUI GalwayCall 086 06 46 555
2006 July 10 “Astronomical Imaging with a CCD Camera” by Kevin SweeneyCall 086 06 46 555
2006 June 12 “Adaptive Optics”  by Prof. Chris Dainty, NUI GalwayCall 086 06 46 555
2006 May 8 “Archeo- Astronomy”  by Paul GriffinCall 086 06 46 555
2006 April 10 “Star Death: Cosmic Pollution and Cosmic Recycling”  by Dr. Brian Espey, TCD.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 March 13 “The hunt for extrasolar planets in globular clusters” by Dr. Ray Butler, NUI Galway.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 February 27 “Solar Eclipses – Past, Present and Future” by David Grennan also powerpoint presentation used during this talk.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 February 13 “Newton watches Adromeda with X-ray eyes” By Dr. Ulrich Kolb, Open University, UK.Call 086 06 46 555
2006 January 12 “The Big Bang” By Dr. Simon SinghCall 086 06 46 555
2006 January 9 “Challenger and Columbia” by Colm J. CannonCall 086 06 46 555
 
2005 December 12 “Cosmology from beginning to end” by Chris Lintott of the BBC’s “Sky at Night”Call 086 06 46 555
 
      19/20 November ASTRO-EXPO 2005
“Black Holes – The Irish Connection”  by Prof. Mike Redfern NUI Galway.Call 086 06 46 555
“String Theory Cosmology”  by Dr. Oisin MacConamha, Imperial College, London.Call 086 06 46 555
“Comets in the Classroom and Other Tales from Texas” by Larry D. Barr, Assistant Planetarium Director. Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas, U.S.A.Call 086 06 46 555
“Selling Science” by Ash McFadden, Inishowen Planetarium, Donegal.Call 086 06 46 555
 
2005 November 14 “The Chinese Space Program” by Brian Harvey, Space Author.Call 086 06 46 555
2005 October 10 “Meteorites and the Origin of the Solar System” by Dr Ian Sanders, Astro Geologist, TCD.Call 086 06 46 555
2005 September 12 “Historic Telescopes at Armagh Observatory” by Dr. John Butler of Armagh ObservatoryCall 086 06 46 555
2005 August 8 ” Our Dynamic Sun” By Dr. Peter T. Gallagher, NASACall 086 06 46 555
2005 July 11 “Time Travel Illustrated” By Brian ColemanCall 086 06 46 555
2005 June 13 “Astronomy in Ancient Sligo and Meath” 
by Martin Byrne
Call 086 06 46 555
2005 May 9 “Looking inside the Stars”
Dr. Simon Jeffery, Armagh Observatory
Call 086 06 46 555
2005 Apr 11 Albert Einstein – his life and times by Prof. Petros Florides Trinity College Dublin (Free admission)Call 086 06 46 555
2005 Mar 14 ” Edgeworth Kuiper Belt Objects/Planet X”
by Astronomy Ireland’s Eamonn Ansbro of Kingsland Observatory
Call 086 06 46 555
2005 Feb 14 “The Cassini-Huygens Mission”
By Prof. Carl D. Murray, Astronomy Unit Queen Mary College, London
Call 086 06 46 555
2005 Jan 10 “William Rowan Hamilton (1805–1865),  Ireland’s greatest mathematician.”
By Dr. Fiacre O’Cairbre, NUI Maynooth
Call 086 06 46 555
 
2004 Dec 10 Lord Rosse: The Beginning of Deep Space Astronomy in 19th Century Ireland by Dr. Allan Chapman of Oxford UniversityCall 086 06 46 555
2004 November 8 “High resolution imaging of the Planets”
by Damian Peach. UK. Director of BAA Saturn section
Call 086 06 46 555
2004 Oct 11″The search for Novae and Supernovae – from visual to laptop”
By Guy M. Hurst UK President British Astronomical Assoc
Call 086 06 46 555
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