Public Lecture

Black hole myths and mysteries
Leo Stein (University of Mississippi)

Black holes: the most powerful objects in the universe. Are they really ravenous space monsters, or merely misunderstood? What does spaghetti have to do with black holes? Are black holes actually black? We'll go over what astrophysicists know and don't know about black holes, and try to clear up some common misconceptions.

Friday, October 4, 2019, 8 p.m.
Loosemore Auditorium, DeVos E
Grand Valley State University (Pew Campus)

Free for all to attend!

Black Hole Accretion

Credits: NASA/CSC/M Weiss

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Location and Parking for Public Lecture

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