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News & Other Items
 

Dr. Stanley Yen, Catching Ghosts: Using Neutrinos to Unveil the Universe

*What an astronomical week!*

**Note** This is not a RASC-KC event, but rather an Astronomy event we'd like you to know about.

Free tickets available from: From https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/catching-ghosts-using-neutrinos-to-unveil-the-universe-tickets-58440153071

Saturday 2019 March 23rd, 7-8pm Stirling Hall Theatre C, 64 Bader Lane, Queen's University.

 

Dr. Barry Robertson: The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory - Looking at the Sun in a New Light

**Note** This is not a RASC-KC event, but rather an Astronomy event we'd like you to know about.

Dr. Barry Robertson, Professor Emeritus, Queens Physics, Past Associate Director, SNOLAB will be speaking at the University Club (168 Stuart St) on Thursday 2019 March 21 from 5:30-6:30pm.

"The Sudbury Neutrino Obseratory - Looking at the Sun in a New Light.

He spoke to the RASC Kingston Centre in November of 2001 on SNO.

I suspect it will be pretty non-technical given the background below:

KAON Queen's Observatory Open House

The KAON (Kingston Astronomy Outreach Network) Queen's University Ellis Hall Observatory Open House:

This is your monthly reminder of the OpenHouse this Saturday March 9th starting at 7:30 pm in Ellis Hall. This month's talk will be given by Larry Widrow from Queen's University on: "Rediscovering our Galaxy". Larry will be talking about new insights into our galaxy, The Milky Way, that we have gained with advanced new telescopes! This is surely a talk you will not want to miss!

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