The work and achievements of Research Scientists Charles Thomson Rees Wilson and Kristian Birkeland was celebrated on Saturday 2nd of October with the twinning of two mountain-top observatories.
07/10/2004 :: Scot and Nobel Prize Winner Charles Thomson Rees Wilson and Norwegian Professor Kristian Birkeland made a phenomenal contribution to physics and the understanding of space weather in their life-time.
Last Saturday, the two Scientists was celebrated with the twinning of Ben Nevis and Haldde mountain-top observatories.
The ceremony took place at the West Highland Museum in Fort William, followed by a multiple screen video installation.
The project is called 'Little Earth' and is undertaken by visual-art company London Fieldworks. The company will tour Scotland, England and Norway next year with its presentation.
Read the full story in the Press & Journal 4th October.
For more information about Little Earth, click here.