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Green and White Evening in Houston
Please join us for a Green and White Evening in Houston, featuring faculty and students from the College of Natural Science, including G. Mark Voit, associate dean and professor, presenting Colossal Black-Hole Eruptions. The most massive black holes in the universe are found at the centers of the largest galaxies. Matter falling into those black holes releases enormous amounts of energy in huge eruptions. Our group at MSU has found that these eruptions cause “weather” that determines how giant galaxies grow and change with time.
Date & Time
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 | 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Venue & Address
Space Center Houston | 1601 NASA Parkway | Houston, TX 77058
$25 per person includes hors d’oeuvres and hosted beer and wine bar.
Phillip M. Duxbury, Dean, College of Natural Science
Shelby Parks, Dean’s Research Scholar
G. Mark Voit, Associate Dean and Professor
Please RSVP by Tuesday, November 6.
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