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Galactic Archaeology: Unraveling the History of the Stars, our Galaxy, and the Early Universe

Sarah Dietz

Tuesday March 24th 2020 - 7:00 pm ET

Online Streaming

Similar to archaeologists uncovering artifacts to study ancient civilizations, or paleontologists using fossil fragments to reconstruct the dinosaurs, astronomers observe the night sky to piece together the history of the cosmos. We can use stellar “fossils” to track the evolution of our galaxy and shed light on the early universe. Come learn about ancient stars, the history of the galaxy, and current hot topics in stellar astrophysics.

Join us as we stream this talk online via our Youtube Channel and Zoom:

Our Universe Revealed Youtube Channel [unlimited viewers] – https://bit.ly/2WqK1jq

 

Connect using Zoom [limited to 100 viewers] (instructions for how to install the Zoom client and connect to the talk can be found at https://bit.ly/2xbGZVs) – https://notredame.zoom.us/j/724722144 (Meeting ID is 724-722-144).


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