Below are some of the photographs taken at the talk by Professor Katherine Blundell from Oxford University in May 2019 in Denia. Prof Blundell gave a very interesting talk about her work in looking for relativistic jets being produced by active black holes in the Universe.
She also described the global network that she set up in schools to help in her research. Funded by donations and prizes she had been awarded for her work, she placed telescopes in schools which gave the pupils a unique opportunity to use the telescopes when they are not being used for research and get some hands on experience of science and in particular Astronomy. Prof. Blundell also visits these installations from time to time and is still raising funds to continue their use.
His talk was very well received with approximately 102 people in attendance.
To see them in a larger format, just click one of them.