Frontiers of Astronomy Lecture
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What lies beyond the reach of our telescopes? Find out at Frontiers of Astronomy, a free, Thursday evening lecture series that brings leading minds in astronomy, cosmology and astrophysics to Cleveland!
Galaxy Cannibals: The Evolution of Massive Galaxies Through Cosmic Time
Dr. Rachel Bezanson (University of Pittsburgh)
Massive galaxies reside in the densest and oldest regions of the Universe, yet we are only beginning to understand their formation history. Once thought to be relics of a much earlier time, the most massive local galaxies are red and dead elliptical galaxies, with little ongoing star formation or organized rotation. In the last decade, observations of their assumed progenitorsView more
This is a free lecture. No tickets or reservations are required. Special event rate parking in the Museum garage.
1 Wade Oval, Cleveland, OH