Astronomy on Tap: Spacetime has curves
November 26 @ 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM CETFree
Astronomy on Tap is a (FREE) series of events aimed at making the latest research in astronomy and space accessible to the public, with fun talks given in simple ENGLISH, and quiz, and plenty of time formingling between our speakers and guests.
This month we will have talks about some truly mind-boggling things like light bending around blackholes and the nature of time!
Albert Sneppen (KU): is a Masters student and will talk about the paths of light in spacetime to depict what we will see on the edge of a black hole.
Gillian Drake (KU): is a masters student and will talk about how we have historically looked at time and the arrow of time through entropy and cosmology.
18:30: Doors open to the STARDUST Room
19:00: Albert Sneppen – Light around blackholes
19:30: Quiz and break
20:00: Gillian Drake – The nature of Time
Quiz! Join the half time quiz for a chance to win some drinks vouchers.
CORONA INFORMATION: Seat reservations are no longer required, like previous events. We will be maintaining hygiene with hand sanitisers. We ask that if you are ill or showing symptoms of covid to reconsider your attendance.