How The Universe Works The Adirondack Public Observatory continues its presentation of the Discovery Channel series “How The Universe Works” with this month’s segment entitled “Black Holes”. Jeffrey Miller, Instructor and Physics Lab Coordinator at St. Lawrence University and an APO Trustee, will host the segment. “The program considers how black holes form and the effects an object would experience if it crossed a black hole's event horizon. Learn the important role black holes play in holding our universe together. What are a black hole's implications on time travel and the origins of the universe?”
- 8:00 PM
The Wild Center,
45 Museum Drive,
Number of club members participating as presenters:
Black Hole Survival
Total number of visitors:
What materials were handed out?
Video presentation and black hole tool kit material was hnaded out and part of an interactive discussion
Comments and anecdotes about the event:
With all the 'material' being drawn into the black holes, some of our attendees wondered where it all went? This presentation helped them understand the concept better.