Night Sky Network - 8 PM May 28th, 2024 YouTube Event - Register!

Join the NASA Night Sky Network tonight, Tuesday, May 28, at 6:00 PM Pacific Time (9:00 PM Eastern) along with Dr. Patrick C. Breysse on a Brief History of Everything where we will discuss how the Universe moved from hot hydrogen gas to what we know today!

About Patrick Breysse:

Dr. Patrick Breysse is currently a James Arthur Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University, joining the faculty at Southern Methodist University as an Assistant Professor of Physics this fall. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University. Patrick’s research focuses on a new way of mapping the distant universe which can watch the earliest stars form, study how the universe evolves, and look for new physics beyond standard models. He also plays the euphonium (kind of a small tuba), and enjoys hiking and science fiction novels.

Webinar Registration Link (Zoom - NSN members only)

NSN Members can register for this webinar at the following link. Once registered you will receive an automatic reminder shortly before the webinar begins. You may also wish to update and restart your Zoom software before the session begins for the best experience.
Link: Webinar Registration - Zoom

Livestream & Recording (YouTube - share away)

The talk will also be streamed live at the YouTube link below. Please note that questions submitted via the Zoom Q&A feature will have priority over YouTube chat. The recording will be available afterward on this page and at the YouTube link.

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