A talk open to the public about the basic physics of greenhouses and climates, hosted by Professor Dr. Stephan Borrmann.
The planets Venus, Earth and Mars all have atmospheres of different chemical composition and physical properties. In all of them the so-called greenhouse effect leads to average temperatures, which can be estimated by simple considerations adopting basic physics. At first in this lecture such estimates are derived, calculated, and compared with satellite based measurements.
Venue: SAP Auditorium, Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, Cnr Miriam Makeba and Helen Joseph St, Newtown
Time: 10am to 12pm
Cost: U3 Free | R16 – R140