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I have a number of speaking engagements coming up that I'm particularly excited about. I very much hope to see some of you at them:

Bath Literature Festival
Stuart Clark and Astronomy
Monday 05 Mar, 8:00pm - 9:00pm

They have advertised:
Stuart Clark, the well-known astronomer and newly appointed astronomy consultant for New Scientist launches his new novel about Newton and Halley, The Sensorium of God. He talks beautifully about the skies, the seventeenth century, and possible future discoveries in 'the heavens'.


Book tickets here

Cambridge Science Festival
What can we learn from the early astronomers?
Thursday 15 March 6:00pm - 7:00pm

They invite you to:
Join Dr Stuart Clark to explore how from Kepler to Newton to Einstein, the greatest breakthroughs in our understanding of the Universe came by studying motion in the Universe. Once again, astronomers are seeing movements in the Universe they cannot explain. Is the next big breakthrough imminent?


Book tickets here.

Edinburgh Science Festival
The Sky's Dark Labyrinth
Tuesday 3rd April 8:00pm - 9:30pm

They tantalise with:
It's the mid-17th century. No one understands why the planets move as Johannes Kepler so elegantly described almost a century earlier. Edmond Halley, adventurer, astronomer and ladies' man, asks reclusive alchemist and fearsome mathematician Isaac Newton for help with solving the problem. From this simple act, the lives of both men are plunged into crisis. Join author Stuart Clark as he weaves a fictionalised tale of the time when science was rife with sex, lies and spies!


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