A Celebration of Light, Gravity, and Einstein
Join the CRA and Atlanta Science Tavern for a Atlanta Science Festival event celebrating the year of light and anniversary of General Relativity. March 25 at 6pm at the Historic Academy of Medicine!
Distinguished Lecturer George Efstathiou
Curious about how the Universe grows? Come listen to the Prof. Efstatjiou, Director of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology in Cambridge, one of the winners of the 2011 Cosmology Prize of The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation. More information.
Prof. Wise's Simulations Showcased
The Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation, an organization of 80 institutions, publishes an annual brochure highlighting significant advances in computational scientific research. Professor Wise's work was chosen to represent advances in simulations of galaxy formation and is highlighted on page 12 of the 2015 brochure (full PDF). These current efforts allows for the understanding the origins of all present-day galaxies and for making predictions of future observations with the James Webb Space Telescope, the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. Congratulations!
Public Night at the Observatory! Features a presentation by a CRA astrophysicist!
The Georgia Tech Observatory is open to the public, and a CRA astrophysicist presents exciting recent research.
Join us on the rooftop of Howey, and view the Moon and other objects on the night sky.
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