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Our Place in the Cosmos

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Everyone knows space is big – but where and how do we and the planet we live on fit into our own Galaxy, the Milky Way? Then what lies beyond the Milky Way? This talk will introduce you to the scale, structure and geography of our Universe. Come along and get a new sense of perspective!

An informal introduction will be provided by Dr Carolin Crawford (Institute of Astronomy) will be followed by a discussion and refreshments.

This FREE event is sponsored by the MRC .

Cafe Scientifique is a place where anyone can come to discuss the science that is changing our lives with the people who are making the discoveries. Join us every month, when a different scientist will informally discuss their work and take questions from the floor.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Café Scientifique series.

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