Join us on Thursday, February 11, 2021, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM ET to learn about the biggest explosions in the universe.
The biggest explosions in the universe dwarf any we are capable of on Earth. In space, we can witness an exploding star that can shine brighter than the rest of a galaxy, or a black hole ripping apart a star that's visible from billions of light years away. But how do we observe these cosmic explosions from Earth and learn about them?
In this web seminar, Dr. Yvette Cendes will discuss how humanity has witnessed the biggest explosions in the universe, from Chinese records thousands of years ago to my modern-day observations as a radio astronomer. She will also discuss how these explosions tie into our understanding of the life and death of stars, and how they are responsible for life on Earth existing today.
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Date Thursday February 11, 2021
Time 7:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM CT / 5:00 PM MT / 4:00 PM PT
Duration 60 Minutes
Audience All individuals interested in science and science education., specially teachers of science in grades K-16.