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David Elder Lecture: Looking at our solar system with the James Webb Space Telescope

  • 13 and Over
  • Space
Fri 21 May, 1:00pm

The James Webb Space Telescope is the scientific successor to the Hubble Space Telescope and will be launched later this year. It is going to change how we see the entire universe, including our own solar system. The giant planets are all going to be targets of Webb. The images it will take will help to answer the many questions we have about their atmospheres, especially the mysterious ice giants, Uranus and Neptune.

Join Naomi Rowe-Gurney, from the University of Leicester, to find out how the James Webb Space Telescope is going to change the way we see our solar system.

Naomi will also answer your questions in our live Q&A session at the end.