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Jan Jones: Library director/children’s services librarian
Meg Fitch: Adult services librarian/tech watchdog
Science Pub this Sunday, Feb. 7 at Fair Haven Inn – 4:00 pm
Eilat Glikman, Assistant Professor of Physics, Middlebury College
How did the beautiful galaxies that litter the universe form? How did black holes, billions of times more massive than the sun, grow? And why do we want to know?
An astrophysicist who studies quasars — the brightest objects in the universe – Eilat Glikman has used the Hubble Space Telescope to uncover these bodies’ mysterious formative years and role in the evolution of galaxies. She will discuss this and other intrigues of the universe.
Open to all. Free except for optional food and/or drinks.
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