Black holes, dark matter and other astrophysics mysteries


Reminder: Reservations are needed for Science Cafe NH in Concord. Call Makris restaurant at  603 225-7665

Note -- Buffet Dinner is available, reservations required, $15 cost, call resturant for reservations ... 
also call if you want to attend and not have the buffet ... the seating is limited for the number of folks that show up.

The buzz around the first photo of a black hole led to wonder what else is new in astrophysics. Is the universe still expanding? Is dark matter still baffling to everybody? What do we know about the life span of stars? Ask those questions and more.

Panelists will be three professors from UNH: Francois Foucart, assistant professor in physics;  James Ryan, physics professor at Space Science Center; David Mattingly, assistant professor in physics and astronomy.

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  • 354 Sheep Davis Rd.,  (Rt. 106)
  • concord, New Hampshire
  • United States
  • Building: Makris Lobster and Steak Restaurant

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5-6PM buffet

6-8 Science Cafe discussion