July 27, 2021
Virtual - Exploring the Universe: Caught in the Cosmic Web
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Join Margaret Geller for a journey through the universe. Throughout her career, she has been caught in the cosmic web, the largest pattern we know in nature. She will describe her role in discovering these patterns in the nearby universe and her ongoing work to map the way they evolve.
The APL and the Newton Free Library have partnered up for this Supercosmic program!
Margaret J. Geller is an astrophysicist at the Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge. She is a pioneer in mapping the nearby universe. Her maps provided a new view of the enormous patterns in the distribution of galaxies like the Milky Way – the largest patterns we know. Dr. Geller is a MacArthur Fellow, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a New York Public Library Lion and the recipient of seven honorary degrees.
Click here to register for Part one of this series at the Newton Library:
Pluto Strikes Back
Tuesday, July 13 @ 7:00pm
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Image credit: Illustris TNG
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