Quark Stars and Strange Matter
Tuesday 19th January 2021
Start time : 19:00
Speaker : Paul Fellows
Members of the CAA are all invited to join on line.
What are Quark stars and do they exist?
Could they be composed of unstable strange matter?
Have we observed their most peculiar of objects out there in the dark?
Our talks are aimed at the beginner level and can be enjoyed by all ages and levels of experience.
This is a Zoom Presentation from the Virtual Astronomy Club
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Zoom Meeting ID: 864 9340 6434
Don’t forget the passcode: 002988
About our speaker:
Paul is chairman of the Cambridge Astronomical Society and a keen amateur astronomer having built his first telescope in 1975, he now operates his own private observatory and takes many astronomical images of both deep sky and solar system objects.
He studied at Emmanuel College Cambridge, from which he has an MA in Natural Sciences and a post-graduate Diploma in Computer Science. He is an elected Fellow of both the Royal Astronomical Society and the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and
RAS Fellow to Cunard line as well as a part-time advisor and board member of a number of software and electronics design companies in the Cambridge area.