Our aim is to spread knowledge of the life, work, and times of Herschel and his family, and to encourage greater understanding today of the subjects he studied.
We do this in several ways:
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The Life Cycle of the Galaxies
Dr Stijn Wuyts
Friday 2nd September 2016, 7.30pm, BRLSI
William Herschel was arguably the greatest of all astronomical observers. While he is most famous as the discoverer of Uranus in 1781, he advanced many areas of astronomy and science, and was a noted musician and composer.