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Anil Seth Summer Lecture at Clark Planetarium

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Dr. Anil Seth
Thursday, July 26, 2018
Clark Planetarium

Big Black Holes

It’s not just your kids that need educational enrichment over the summer months. Clark Planetarium is excited to host a trio of free and engaging lectures that explore topics about our home planet and beyond.

So mark your calendars for Clark Planetarium’s free Summer Lecture Series and ensure that your learning never ends. Get your tickets here!

On Thursday, July 26th, from 6-7pm, we will have our last installment of our Summer Lectures Series with Dr. Seth. He will talk about how astronomers find black holes, focusing on his own efforts to figure out whether galaxies much smaller than the Milky Way have black holes at the centers. This work can reveal the origins of these mysterious objects.

 

Admission is free and open to the public!

Clark Planetarium
110 South 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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