Cambridge Science Centre

 

Spectrum Science

Wednesday, February 13th 2013 from 12:00 PM
 

Discover how astronomers use the electromagnetic spectrum to observe the universe

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  • Show
  • Physics
  • Chemistry

Astronomers use the whole electromagnetic spectrum to investigate the universe. Using visible, infra-red and ultra-voilet light we'll show how there is more to star light than meets the eye!

Using spectroscopes, gas discharge tubes, ultraviolet light and infrared cameras, this show demonstrates some of the ways we can observe and interpret starlight and investigate the universe.

Suitable for the following ages: School years 5-13

Part of Explore Your Universe