June 3, 2020 – 5:30PM – 6:30PM – Zoom Room 1
You think its chaos down here? How about swirling spirals of gas and dust colliding to make alien solar systems around new-born stars. Or two neutron stars the size of Manhattan but with the mass of the Sun, colliding and forming a black hole while burping up 222 trillion times the global GDP’s-worth of gold. Or a (supposedly invisible) black hole with 6.5 billion times the mass of the Sun posing for a photograph. Or a thousand galaxies so densely clustered that they warp space into a lens a million light-years across that allows us to see to the edge of space and time. Let’s spend an hour forgetting our quotidian woes to marvel at the remarkable denizens of our Universe.
NOTES: One Day University Members can save $40.00 USD on registration for this seminar by using their Membership code at Checkout. Zoom meeting information will be sent to all registered attendees 2 hours prior to the beginning of class.