Join us in-person this Wednesday! for The Last Stargazers with Emily Levesque (IN-PERSON / HYBRID)

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Please join us either in-person, masks required, for the first time in over two years or online as we continue our hybrid option

Emily Levesque is an astronomy professor at the University of Washington. Her work explores how the most massive stars in the universe evolve and die. She has observed for upwards of fifty nights on many of the planet’s largest telescopes and flown over the Antarctic stratosphere in an experimental aircraft for her research.

The Last Stargazers with Emily Levesque (IN-PERSON / HYBRID)

Details

Online Public

Type: General Meetings

Keywords: Emily Levesque The Last Stargazers

Held on: Mar 16, 2022 (Wed) at 07:00 PM to Mar 16, 2022 (Wed) at 08:30 PM

Online Location: Please sign in to see online meeting location.

Speaker: Emily Levesque

Location: Physics/Astronomy Auditorium (PAA), Room A102, Seattle, Washington

Event Coordinator: Aaron Yoon (he/him)

Overview

Please join us either in-person, masks required, for the first time in over two years or online as we continue our hybrid option.

Emily Levesque is an astronomy professor at the University of Washington. Her work explores how the most massive stars in the universe evolve and die. She has observed for upwards of fifty nights on many of the planet’s largest telescopes and flown over the Antarctic stratosphere in an experimental aircraft for her research.

Members log in for link for virtual / Public & guests please email outreach@seattleastro.org for virtual meeting link. Public and guests are also encouraged to join us in-person! TY!