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Carnegie Astronomy Lecture Series: Sharing the Wonders of the Light and Dark Universe

  • Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, CA, 91108 United States (map)

Sharing the Wonders of the Light and Dark Universe
Dr. Marja Seidel
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Carnegie Observatories

What is the Universe made of? We can peer millions of years into the past in the night sky, yet we barely understand just 5 percent—the “regular” matter that we can see. In the standard cosmological model, a quarter of the remaining 95 percent is dark matter. Dr. Seidel will discuss her quest to understand dark matter, and her experiences bringing astronomy education to some of the most remote and under-served locations on Earth.

All tickets have now been claimed. You can watch for free on Livestream or through our Facebook page.

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AT THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino
All Lectures are in Rothenberg Auditorium. Directions can be found here.

The lectures are free. Because seating is limited, however, reservations are required for each lecture through Eventbrite. Additionally, the lectures will be streamed live through Livestream and simultanously on our Facebook CarnegieAstro page. 

Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Each Lecture will be preceded by a brief musical performance by students from The Colburn School starting at 7:00 p.m. Lectures start at 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be available.

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