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A sunny day in Edinburgh!

27 June 2014

Our second public workshop took place at the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh. After a drizzly start to the day, the sun eventually came out and our Edinburgh participants were treated to an amazing view over the city from the rooftop terrace of the Royal Observatory. A big thank you to all of the participants and […]

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Dr Lucie Green

A big thank you to Dr. Lucie Green

26 June 2014

The Space Weather Public Dialogue project is producing a short film featuring a range of thoughts and opinions on space weather. The first interview was done on Monday with space scientist and award-winning broadcaster, Dr. Lucie Green. Lucie gave us a fascinating interview and discussed the risk associated with a severe space weather event and […]

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A rainy day in Reading

10 June 2014

Our first public workshop took place at the University of Reading on Saturday. A big thank you to all of the participants who made it through the bad (terrestrial) weather to talk space weather for the day. Six hours seemed to whizz by, aided by plenty of tea and some hefty sandwiches. It was great […]

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Project launch!

6 June 2014

Welcome to the website for the UK’s first Space Weather Public Dialogue. We’re really excited about the project getting going. Our first workshop with specially recruited members of the public is happening on Saturday 7 June – we’ll update on how it all went after the event. In the meantime, we want to hear from […]

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