We had some fascinating speakers at our Clocking Off Late event last week talking about space, time and our place in the universe. We were live tweeting along but for those who missed it we've collected some of the best bits below.

First up Louise Devoy, Curator of Royal Observatory Greenwich, shared some of the beautiful examples of sundials within our collection.

https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532974209912168448

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https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532979263276724224

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You can see many more examples of the beautiful sundials within our collection by visiting Collections Online.

Elizabeth English from the National Physical Laboratory then jumped forward in time and brought us up to speed with the latest developments in timekeeping.

https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532982238279766016

https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532983279675121666

https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532984256494989312

https://twitter.com/NMMGreenwich/status/532985278126776320

For more info on timekeeping and the National Physical Laboratory see their website.