Black Holes and Dancing Galaxies

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Please join us on Wednesday, November 10 from 12pm-1pm at the ENGEO building, Room 1301 for Black Holes and Dancing Galaxies, a presentation by Dr. Anca Constantin (JMU Physics and Astronomy). Dr. Constantin will present some recent efforts for finding exotic galaxy systems, including evidence for the discovery of a triple supermassive black hole system that is actively snacking on its surroundings thanks to the gravitational smashing of their three host galaxies. She will also discuss some intriguing aspects about what it takes for a woman to wonder within the science space. Intended for both scientists and non-scientists, this talk is open to the public, and runs in conjunction with the Imaging Women in Space exhibition at the Institute for Creative Inquiry (Roop 208) and the second floor of EnGeo.

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