IRF scientist participate in a popular science webinar – theme aurora borealis
What is aurora borealis? Weather in space? On April 25 at 19.00, IRF, Esero Sweden and Astronomy day and night will hold a popular science webinar – theme aurora borealis. Dr. Andrew Dimmock is one of IRF’s space weather experts and he will talk about what causes aurora, why we see it at high latitudes and how do we know where and when it will occur?
Weather in space – How to catch aurora is a webinar in collaboration between IRF, the national science festival Astronomy day and night and Esero Sweden which aims to be a support for schools in the work with technology, science and mathematics by using space as a starting point.
During the webinar will Jenny Jansson, Esero Sweden’s teacher ambassador, Cornelia Ekvall, coordinator for the national science festival Astronomy day and night and Dr. Andrew Dimmock participate.
Welcome to join us on April 25!
You will have the opportunity to ask questions to Andrew, Jenny and Cornelia.
Join us on Zoom for free: https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/62301439596
See information about the event on Facebook.