What are the implications of Einstein’s theory of gravity for astronomy and cosmology? What happens if you add quantum physics to the mix? And why should we be interested? The physics community have been racking their brains on these aspects for the last ninety years and in this illustrated talk Professor Matt Visser from Victoria University will present a non-technical and easy to understand description of some of the key issues. You won’t need a degree in physics or anything to enjoy this free talk – just a general interest in astronomy or science.
Come along to find out more on Wednesday 9th September, 7pm at Central Library (Victoria Street) as we continue to celebrate the International Year of Astronomy!