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Science Festival Public Program: Abrams Planetarium: How We Observe Our Universe

This prgram is part of the MSU Science Festival and the Statewide Astronomy Night (SWAN).

Title: Abrams Planetarium: How We Observe Our Universe

Arranged by: Shannon Schmoll, Director, Abrams Planetarium, MSU

Show premiere at 7 pm: “Chasing the Ghost Particle”
Talk at 8 pm by: Tyce DeYoung, Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy, MSU

Free and open to the public.

Date: Friday, 20 Apr 2018, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: Abrams Planetarium

Target audience: All ages.

Description of program:
At 7:00 pm, join us for the premiere of “Chasing the Ghost Particle” about the Ice Cube neutrino telescope in the depths of the Antarctic ice, followed by a short star talk.

Afterwards, at 8:00 pm, we'll host a public talk and Q&A with Professor Tyce DeYoung who works with Ice Cube. Hear about the work being done there and what it's like to work in Antarctica.