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AstroBreak: History of black holes

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This event is open to:
Classified Staff, Faculty, Teaching Academic Staff, Non-Teaching Academic Staff

Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Time: 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
Location: Manfred Olson Planetarium in the Physics building

Presenter: Dr Patrick Brady

This is a wonderful break in your day leaving you more refreshed for the work to come. AstroBreak events enable employees to engage in a unique way with colleagues on campus while learning a little Astronomy.

Want to learn more about the stars in the sky? Please join us at the Manfred Olson Planetarium on campus for AstroBreak: a FREE half-hour midday program primarily for the campus community (children have to be 9 years or older). We talk about a special theme each week and we look at the current night time sky in the city and the country.

This week's theme is History of black holes: black holes were first postulated in the late 1700s and continue to be of great interest today!

No food or beverages in the planetarium please. Our facility is wheel-chair accessible and climate controlled.

Plan to arrive a few minutes early because, unfortunately, latecomers cannot be admitted in the dark theater.

Hope to see you soon!

For more information or to request special accommodations, contact: Jean Creighton, (414) 229 4961 .

 


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