AVERY BRODERICK: Images from the Edge of Spacetime

Dr. Avery Broderick will provide a highly accessible and interesting lecture on the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) and international efforts to interpret horizon-resolving images of numerous supermassive black holes. Black holes are among the most powerful and mysterious phenomena in the universe. Almost every galaxy has at its core a supermassive black hole, millions or even billions of times more massive than our sun. Despite composing a small fraction of the galactic mass budgets, they set the stage for astrophysical dramas that dictate the fates of their hosts. Though black holes are in theory the ultimate manifestation of strong gravity’s impact on the visible universe, placing these exotic phenomena on concrete empirical footing has been impossible - until now.

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Ticket Sales Date: Monday Sep 17, 2018

Attendance to the lecture is free, but advance tickets are required. Due to demand, a maximum of two (2) tickets may be ordered per account. Tickets are available Monday, September 17 at 9:00am.


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Event Type: 
Public Lecture
Event Date: 
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 19:00 to 20:30
Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas