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February Southern Sky Livestream with Ángel R. López-Sánchez

Duration: 1 hour
EventTalk
20 February 2021, 8.30-9.30pm Sydney Observatory

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See the cosmos from a Southern Sky perspective with Astrophysicist Ángel R. López-Sánchez.

Broadcasting live from Sydney Observatory on Saturday 20 February, join Ángel to explore constellations, star-forming spiral galaxies, nebulas, Magellanic Clouds and our Moon in its first-quarter phase.

A FREE event hosted on the Sydney Observatory Facebook Page. Tune in from 8:30 pm on 20 February.

Dr Ángel R. López-Sánchez is a Spanish-Australian astronomer and science communicator at the Australian Astronomical Optics (AAO) at Macquarie University where he researchers galaxy evolution. Before taking the role at Macquarie Ángel worked at the CSIRO where he researched radio-interferometric observations of galaxies. He has published 147 research papers and has over 8700 citations. Ángel regularly shares his passion for the cosmos on his podcast The Skyentists, SBS radio and at astronomy events throughout Sydney. Ángel is a 2021 Sydney Observatory Resident where he will be creating a portfolio of new astrophotography images viewed from Sydney Observatory.

Image: Ken Leanfore