Nov. 20: The X-ray Sky — Black Holes and Neutron Stars

On Nov. 20, AstroMcGill presents the 28th Public Astro Night, with a public lecture by Dr. Laurens Keek, a post-doctoral fellow from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His public lecture is entitled The X-ray Sky: Black Holes and Neutron Stars.

eso1118aOn Nov. 20, AstroMcGill presents the 28th Public Astro Night, with a public lecture by Dr. Laurens Keek, a post-doctoral fellow from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His public lecture is entitled The X-ray Sky: Black Holes and Neutron Stars. The lecture will be followed by night sky observations (weather permitting) and possibly a tour of an experimental astrophysics laboratory (to be confirmed). This event is intended for a general audience, and it is free of charge. No reservation is necessary. Snacks and refreshments will be served (please bring your own cup). The event will be held at the McGill Rutherford Physics Building (3600 University), starting at 7 p.m. More info available here or contact astromcgill@physics.mcgill.ca.

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peterthomas
peterthomas
6 years ago

The black holes are the ones which suck the whole solar system. There are many black holes present in the universe and this would be an interesting topic for a detailed analysis.
https://starregister.org/