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Description: Galaxies are collections of billions of stars with a brilliant variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Astronomers still don’t fully understand how this diverse assortment of galaxies form. In the galaxies nearest to our own Milky Way, we can learn about their histories by studying individual stars and star clusters.
The Andromeda galaxy is our nearest galactic neighbor: beautiful, intriguing, and full of secrets. The Hubble Space Telescope is currently engaged in a 4-year campaign to image Andromeda and reveal some of these secrets. Professor Seth will share pictures from this survey and discuss what we can learn from them.
Join us at Keys on Main for a stimulating discussion, social event, and great food!18 and older
reservations accepted or required
serves beer and wine