Welcome to the greatest science talks in all of Baton Rouge! This month we have:
Dr. Catherine Deibel
26Al: From Stellar Death to Planetary Birth
We were all made from stardust and some of that dust contained the isotope Aluminum-26. We will discuss how this isotope came to be and is responsible for life on earth . . . and maybe elsewhere.
Dr. Angelle Tanner
Red Sun Rising
When you look up at the night sky and see the plethora of stars, you can’t help but wonder which ones have planets or even life! Most of these stars are much smaller and cooler than the Sun and we call those stars M dwarfs. I will discuss what life may look like when your host star is an M dwarf.
Join us at 7 pm, 9 October at:
3353 Highland Rd
Come enjoy this FREE event at 7pm. Engage with real life astronomers and discuss the most exciting avenues of science all with the added excitement of beer.
We will have two featured short form talks with games, questions, trivia along the way!