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Supernovae: What are they and how are they formed?

Presented by the City of Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center Lecture Series on Cultural Astronomy. Cultures worldwide have observed and utilized celestial events for millennia. Archaeologists, anthropologists, historians, astronomers, and other scholars have examined the materials left by peoples to better understand their cultural world views. This series will explore astronomy through a cultural lens of observation.

When

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Apr 17, 2021
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Where

Virtual Event
6500 Coors Blvd NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120
505-768-4950

Description

Presented by Dr. Alina Gabryszewska-Kukawa, CNM Professor

NOTE: This is a VIRTUAL event that will be LIVE STREAMED and recorded for later viewing. Follow link: https://youtu.be/UpsU8sJTDHo

Presented by City of Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center Lecture Series on Cultural Astronomy. Cultures worldwide have observed and utilized celestial events for millennia. Archaeologists, anthropologists, historians, astronomers, and other scholars have examined the materials left by peoples to better understand their cultural world views. This series will explore astronomy through a cultural lens of observation.

The City of Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center welcomes Dr.Alina Gabryszewska-Kukuwa. Dr. Gabryszewska- Kukuwa, Astronomy Professor, CNM, will speak about Supernovae. What are Supernovae? How are they formed? These questions and more will be explained.

 

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Free
Supernovae: What are they and how are they formed?

Supernova

Contact

Christine Vasquez
505-768-4950