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Public Lectures - Astronomy and Cosmology

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100 Years of Einstein's Relativity
400 Years of the Telescope

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A Journey to the Centre of the Sun
A New Era in Astronomy: NASA's James Webb Space Telescope
Ageing Stars
Are We Alone? The Search for Life Beyond the Earth
Astrochemistry: Putting the Astro into Astrobiology
At the Edge of Reason: The Black Holes in the Universe
Atmospheric Phenomena

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Beauty in the Heavens
Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space
Black Holes and Galaxies: A Love-Hate Relationship
Black Holes - No Need to be Afraid!
Black Holes, the Brightest Objects in the Universe
Black Holes: The End of Time or a New Beginning?

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Cosmic Clue: Dark Matter Mystery
Cosmic Dawn: The First Star in the Universe
Cosmic Origins
Cosmology in the 21st Century

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Dark Energy and the Runaway Universe
Dark Energy Rules the Universe
Dark Matter: Detecting Gravity's Hidden Hand
Dark Matter Universe on the Threshold of Discovery
Dark Matter in the Universe

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Echoes of the Big Bang
Exoplanets and How to Find Them

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Fallen Stars: All about Meteorites
Find a New Earth: Exoplanets and the Habitable Zone
From Zero to Infinity, and Beyond!

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Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope
Gamma Ray Bursts
Geology in Space: Meteorites and Cosmic Dust
Gravitational-Wave Astronomy
Gravitational Waves

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Hearts of Darkness: Black Holes in Space
How did the First Stars and Galaxies Form?
How did the Universe Begin?
How Galaxies are Influenced in the Universe
How Old is the Universe?
How the Earth Moves
Hubble's Heritage

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Interstellar Voyaging: An Evolutionary Transition

L

Large Telescopes and Why We Need Them
Life in the Universe
Life, the Universe, and Nothing

M

Mapping the Milky Way
Multiverse: One Universe or Many?
Mysteries of the Dark Universe

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Neutrinos: Messengers from a Violent Universe
New Eyes on Space: James Webb Space Telescope

O

Our Mathematical Universe
Our Place in the Universe: Cosmology from Ancient Greece to Today

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Particle Astrophysics at the Large Hadron Collider

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Quasars: the Brightest Black Holes

R

Revealing the Nature of Dark Matter

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Small Bodies of the Solar System
Spacetime Atoms and the Unity of Physics
Star Dust
Supernovas: Gravity-powered Neutrino Bombs

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The Afterglow of the Big Bang
The Age of the Universe
The Big Questions in the Universe
The Cosmic Gift of Neutron Stars
The Dark Age of the Universe
The Dark Universe Through Einstein's Lense
The Early Universe
The Heartbeat of the Stars
The Invisible Universe
The Lives of Stars
The Meaning of Meteorites
The Multiwavelength Universe
The Origin of the Elements
The Origins of the Constellations
The Red Planet
The Search for Dark Matter
The Search for Life in the Universe
The Search for Other Worlds
The Sounds of the Universe
The Transient Universe
The Violent Universe
To Infinity and Beyond

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Viewing the Universe with Infrared Eyes: The Spitzer Space Telescope
Voyages to the Outer Solar System

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Watchers of the Skies
What Makes up the Dark Matter in Our Universe?
Why is Time a One-Way Street?
Why Society Needs Astronomy and Cosmology

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X-ray Astrophysics - The High-Energy Cosmos