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Jeremiah Horrocks Institute
for Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy,
University of Central Lancashire,
United Kingdom
Tel 01772 893312
Fax 01772 892996

Welcome to the Jeremiah Horrocks Institute

For Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy

Solar Astrophysics Research
Solar Astrophysics
Stellar Astrophysics
Extragalactic Astrophysics

Recent News

Seminar Schedule

Wayward field lines challenge solar radiation models..

JHI Astrophysicist Involved in the Direct Detection of Buckling Bars in Galaxies.

New camera sees first light on MHT at Alston.

JHI physicist chairs international Summer School and JHI Physics PhD student wins poster prize.

UCLan technique for modelling galaxies comes out on top.

Multiwavelength galaxy simulation visualizer developed by the Extragalactic Research Group at JHI.

Annual Awards Event Recognised County’s Most Promising Scientist.

Published In Nature: Charge-stripes Observed In An Hourglass Compound.

JHI Involved With The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

JHI Observes The Transit Of Mercury

JHI Hosts Institute of Physics North-West Regional Final of Undergraduate Physics Challenge.

Newton Advanced Fellowship success

University unveils new £200,000 telescope at Alston Observatory

STARS2016 Conference: Abstract Submissions Open

Conference Website

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Outreach and Alston Observatory

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top of page Header Image : Simulated Nanoparticle (Marco Pinna, Joe Smerdon), Solar disk with SDO (NASA UClan SDO archive), V838 Monocerotis (NASA/STScl), NGC7424 (Gemini Observatory), M74 (NASA Hubble Space Telescope) NASA,and ESA ; and solar plume courtesy of SOHO /EIT consortium

Author: DS Brown, Last Updated: 4 October 2013, 12:50

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