Cambridge Astronomical Association
Cambridge Young Astronomers


Cambridge AstroPlus

Star Clusters
Monday 1st March 2021
Start time : 19:15

Speaker : CAA

The Pleiades and Hyades in Taurus and the Double Cluster in Perseus are well known naked-eye star clusters. We know clusters condense from large gas clouds, but because the stars all form at the same time they are very important in studying stellar evolution.
We will be looking at the various types of cluster and seeing what will happen to them as well as one or two oddballs.

From now on the Cambridge AstroPlus incorporates the previous Cambridge Young Astronomers 11+ Group and also officially welcomes any of our members over the age of 11 to attend.

These Cambridge AstroPlus talks are presented by members of the CAA.

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