UFO’s: Are they out there? Free talk at LYIT

LYIT will host a talk by Colin Johnston, from the Armagh Planetarium, on Wednesday (April 25) at 7.30pm entitled: “UFOlogy: the Science of Strange Things in the Sky. What can we learn from sixty years of reports of strange things seen in our skies?”

LYIT will host a talk by Colin Johnston, from the Armagh Planetarium, on Wednesday (April 25) at 7.30pm entitled: “UFOlogy: the Science of Strange Things in the Sky. What can we learn from sixty years of reports of strange things seen in our skies?”

This free talk has been organised by the LYIT Astronomy Society.

It will be a fascinating and informative session about the possible sightings of UFOs and how science might just explain some, but not all, of them.

Colin will also be bringing some meteorites which are roughly 4.5 million years old and he will be educating us on how they were formed. This will be of great interest to all star gazers young and old, all are welcome to come along.

There is no charge. To find out more email, astronomy@lyit.ie or by contacting Seamus Byron on 087-2203312.