Astronomy-themed Top Trumps
The Starry Messenger
The Starry Messenger is an educational film drama produced at the University of Hertfordshire celebrating the International Year of Astronomy - 2009. It was written, produced, co-directed, scored by and starred astrophysics researchers from the University, and several scenes were filmed at Bayfordbury.
The film, along with supplementary educational material can be found on the Starry Messenger website.
The Timesnail displays events in the natural history of the Earth from a few days ago to the formation of the Earth, displays the frequencies of electromagnetic radiation, and tells the time by the stars.
The Brunometer is a hand-held mechanical device, developed by Dr James Collett at the University of Hertfordshire, that allows you to calculate the surface temperature on planets.
Visit the Brunometer page to find our how to make your own.
The Moon and Hatfield
Lunar photography over 2 centuries.
Learn about the science behind eclipses.
Quadrant Device Masterclass
Using physics and mathematics to decode images.
Silent Witness (answers)
Answers checklist for the Silent Witness document.