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Dark Matter Day

When:
Saturday, November 10, 2018
7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Where:
Stirling Hall
Room: 301D
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UPDATE: Dark Matter Day is now sold out, but worry not! We have another fantastic event lined up for November 15th featuring Dr. Ken Clark, one of our dark matter researchers! IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research  promises to be a highly engaging experience for everyone with a special focus on getting young people interested in science and research.

Many of the scientists showing demos for Dark Matter Day will be at IGnite with those demos and will be available to meet and ask questions to. Please check out the event and register as soon as possible, as our events do fill up quickly!

We will also be live streaming the Dark Matter Day event on the McDonald Institute facebook page, so be sure to tune in, comment and share the live stream!

 

Dark Matter Day | Astronomy & Particle Physics Open House Night

It is now thought that Dark Matter makes up 84% of the stuff in our Universe. But what is Dark Matter? And why are scientist confident it exists? Come out to the McDonald Institute and Queen’s Astrophysics Department’s joint Dark Matter Day event to hear talks on the first astronomical hints of Dark Matter’s existence, what it might be made of, and how we are trying to find it. This will be followed by tours of the Queen’s University Observatory and the McDonald Institute Visitor Center, exhibits and activities in Stirling Hall, fun games and activities, and streamed tours of national research facilities.

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