Science: History of Astronomy

Class Details

Humans have long pondered the magnificence of the night sky, written poems about it, worshipped it, found evidence in it of a Creator – or no Creator – looked at it with and without telescopes – even ventured a little way out.  And, with remarkable success, they have learned how to measure it.  What it would be like if no-one knew how far away those countless pinpricks of sparkling light really were?

Class Co-ordinators

Amalia Michaels

Frequency & Time

Weekly on Monday, 12.00