Kaiser Spring Lectures 2019
This is an annual series of public lectures at the location that forms the heart of astronomy in Leiden: the Old Observatory.
In this monumental observatory, located in the botanical garden of the University, every year we invite a number of researchers in astronomy to tell us in an understandable way about their fascination and their research. Here you can listen to all the interesting phenomena and events that make our existence here on Earth possible, either for yourself or as an outing with your friends, family and others. No prior knowledge is required for these lectures!
|Location||The Old Observatory|
|Time||13:15 - 16:00|
|Frequence||Weekly on Saturday in March|
|Register?||Yes, reserve your tickets here|
The lectures start at 14:00 and last 45 minutes, after each lecture there is a 15 minute opportunity to ask questions. The lectures are for everyone. For those who want to, there is the possibility to take part in a guided tour in the Old Observatory afterwards.
The programme of the lecture is as follows:
|13:15 - 14:00||Welcome with coffee, tea and biscuits|
|14:00 - 15:00||Lecture|
|15:15 - 16:00||Guided tour in the Old Observatory|
|16:00||Closing time Observatory|
The tickets for the lectures cost €4 per person per lecture. If you also want to take a tour, you can buy a combi-ticket for €8.
Tickets are available on the website of the Kaiser Spring Lectures.