Imperial Fringe: A Space Odyssey

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 10th Oct 2017

Meet space explorers in our blow-up planetarium, create your own galaxy next to real spacecraft, or hold a comet in your hand.

Celebrate the finale of Cassini's mission to Saturn with a journey through ‘out of this world’ science at Imperial

A Space Odyssey is the latest in Imperial College’s Fringe series of public evening events exploring science at its most engaging and fun. Based on the College’s ground-breaking research, the Fringe programme runs throughout the year to give our friends and supporters an opportunity to meet our researchers and find out more about our work.

Cost: Free of Charge

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2017-10-10 2017-10-10 Europe/London Imperial Fringe: A Space Odyssey Celebrate the finale of Cassini’s mission to Saturn with a journey through ‘out of this world’ science at Imperial Imperial College London,Exhibition Road,,London,

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