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Astronomy on Tap Trenton | Black Holes and Neutrinos
November 15 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM EST
We’re back, New Jersey! Astronomy on Tap is a series of world-wide events in which professional astronomers give informal talks at a local bar on topics of broad interest in astronomy and astrophysics. Each event consists of two 10-15 min talks, followed by questions and comments. Speakers will mingle with the audience between the two talks, and there will also be a trivia session with questions related to astronomy. At the end of the night prizes will be handed to the winners! Join us at Trenton Social every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm for a fun night!
For this November we’ll be talking about the heaviest and lightest objects in the universe. Our speakers are Prof. Eliot Quataert (Princeton), who will talk about how we take images of black holes, and Dr. Adrian Bayer (Princeton), who will be talking about how we measure the masses of lightest particles in the universe – neutrinos!