Join the Boise State University Physics Department for our First Friday Astronomy Event:
Friday, April 7th, 7:30pm in Education Building, Room 112
and Stargazing at 8:30pm in the Sci/Ed Building (if weather allows).
Dr. Christopher M. Carroll, Washington State University
will present: “Active Galactic Nuclei”.
Dr. Carroll is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Astrophysics. Carroll’s research focuses on active galactic nuclei, with interest in the physics and growth of supermassive black holes in obscured systems.
The event is free and open to the public.
For those that cannot attend in person, the lecture will be live-streamed on Youtube at boi.st/AstroBroncosLive. Those attending the live-stream are welcome and encouraged to ask questions via chat.
After the lecture, we will stargaze in Boise State’s observatory, weather permitting.
These events are funded by your generous donations. You can donate at boi.st/AstroGive.