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Join astronomers Affelia Wibisono and Choong Ling Liew-Cain on a journey back in time to learn how the smallest components of the Solar System became the building blocks of the planets we know today. Explore our cosmic neighbourhood filled with icy comets and discover how scientists will soon attempt to ‘catch’ one!

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Affelia Wibisono is a PhD student of the Planetary Science group at UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory. She uses observations by space telescopes and missions, sych as XMM-Newton, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Juno spacecraft in her research to investigate how and why Jupiter produces intense X-ray northern and southern lights. Affelia also has over 10 years’ experience in science communication asd has worked with several museums and science centres to educate, enthuse and engage school groups and the public on physics and astronomy.

Choong Ling Liew-Cain is a third year PhD student at UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory. She is in the Astrophysics group, studying galaxies, machine learning and public engagement. She is working on finding ways to teach useful skills through Astronomy to inspire people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Choong Ling also works as a Scientist in Residence at Bevington Primary School.

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