GMU Observing Session

  • April 2, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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At GMU Campus in the Research Hall building, hosted by Dr. Harold Geller. 

Dr. Harold Geller is both a GMU Faculty member and a NOVAC member.  He will be your guide for this evening.

1st talk is at 7PM, then again talk at 7:45PM.  Observing starts at 7:30PM until 9PM.

Observatory Website

Campus Map - The George Mason University Observatory at the Fairfax Campus building Research Hall formerly known as Research I.

Back-up Date:  Tuesday 9 April 2013: This date IF AND ONLY IF 2 April 2013 canceled due to weather. 1st talk at 7PM, same talk at 7:45PM, observing starts at 7:30PM until 9PM.

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  • Yvette J

    I will not be there but Dr. Geller will be your NOVAC & GMU host.

    April 2, 2013

  • Ron

    O.K., here is a question,Do black holes formed by a star ever close. Why do you think black holes form and what is their purpose in the cosmos? Do these black holes tear a hole in space and time?

    March 20, 2013

    • Yvette J

      that is up excellent question ask Dr. Geller at the observatory! :-)

      March 20, 2013

    • Yvette J

      Dr. Gellar is the former co-chair of the Physics department and is still teaching Physics and Astronomy at GMU as well as volunteering with NOVAC. He will be able to give you more insight into black holes this evening. But I can tell you that their purpoe is still being investigated.

      April 2, 2013

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