The Johnson County Community College
Astronomy Department Presents our Spring 2014
Evening with the Stars!
“The Black Hole Conundrum”
This spring, JCCC’s Professor William Koch presents some of the latest thinking about black holes. These theoretical testing grounds are forcing physicists to rethink some of our most fundamental principles of physics, principles that form the very foundation of our understanding of the universe.
After the talk, and weather permitting, several telescopes will be set up to observe the night sky at the Paul Tebbe Observatory, on the roof of CLB. Some objects of note that will be viewable are:
- The Orion Nebula
- The Beehive Cluster
- The Moon
WHEN: April 5, 2014, at 8:00pm
WHERE: The Craig Auditorium, GEB 233
For more information, contact either Doug Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org, at (913) 469-8500 x4268, or William Koch, email@example.com, at (913) 469-8500.