Saturday February 14, 2015
1871 North High Street
11:00am - 4:00pm
The event will have talks that will cover stories, ideas and topics that make up our collective story as human beings. One of the speakers this year is CCAPP Director, John Beacom.
His research focuses on neutrinos- almost massless and almost non-interacting particles that pervade the Universe and that can reveal hidden wonders about the core of the Sun, stars that implode, and black holes.
CCAPP postdoc Paul Sutter just launched a new podcast. Every episode will bring you closer to complete knowledge of time and space!
While many astronomical collaborations use powerful telescopes to target individual objects in the distant universe, a new project at The Ohio State University is doing something radically different.
"Space is Pretty Empty. And Paul Sutter likes empty. He likes it so much, in fact, that he spends his time exploring the most barren regions of the universe, vast gaps known as cosmic voids."
CCAPP fellow, Mauricio Bustamante, was interviewed on the subject of the physics of time dilation, black holes, and wormholes behind the recent movie "Interstellar".
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