Join the NASA Night Sky Network on Thursday, November 30 at 6:00 PM Pacific Time (9:00 PM Eastern) along with Dr. Travis Fischer from Space Science Telescope Institute, where we will explore the nature of active galaxies and the role they play in shaping the universe we see today.
Active galaxies are some of the most fascinating objects in the universe. They emit copious amounts of energy, often far exceeding the energy output of an entire galaxy of stars. But what makes them so active? Hear about some of the latest research in the field, including the use of telescopes and other observational tools to study these enigmatic objects. Join us on this journey to the heart of the most powerful objects in the cosmos.
Webinar Registration Link (Zoom)
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Link: Webinar Registration - Zoom
Livestream & Recording (YouTube)
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.
- ULLYSES Official Homepage: https://hubblesite.org/mission-and-telescope/hubbles-ullyses-program
- What are Active Galaxies?: Imagine the Universe!
Upcoming NSN Series Webinars
All webinars start at 6 PM Pacific / 9 PM Eastern and last approximately one hour.
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