Einstein’s Masterpiece: 100 years of testing general relativity, from Eddington to LIGO and Virgo and beyond


Prof Martin Hendry

The Astronomical Society of Glasgow's next public lecture for the 2019 - 2020 session will be Thursday 21st November, when Professor Martin Hendry,  Professor of Gravitational Astrophysics and Cosmology at the University of Glasgow, will be presenting "Einstein’s Masterpiece: 100 years of testing general relativity, from Eddington to LIGO and Virgo and beyond".

The lecture programme will start promptly at 7:30pm.

This lecture will take place in Room 6.41, Royal College, Strathclyde University

 


Dr Queenie Chan answers questions after her successful lecture
entitled "Meteorites and the Search for Life", September 2019
Image: Paul Makin

The ASG's free public lectures for the 2019-20 session are as follows.  These are normally held in Room 6.41 Royal College, Strathclyde University unless otherwise advised.  Access is via the Montrose Street entrance, take the lift to Level 3, exit the lift and take the 2nd set of steps on your left, go through the double glass doors.  Room 6.41 is on your left approximately half way along the corridor.  The lectures start at 7:30pm and are preceded from 6:45pm by either a presentation on the month's skywatching highlights or by a social event giving you the opportunity to meet other members.