The Future of Observational Cosmology (Remote)

John Ruhl
Connecticut Professor of Physics and Astronomy, CWRU
Tuesday November 17
6-7 p.m. ET

The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) is the glow of the universe from when it was just 400,000 years old. It has also been our most valuable tool in deciphering the nature of the universe on large scales, especially the universe before that time. There is much more to learn, and CWRU Physics Professor John Ruhl is a leader in building the current and next generation of ground and balloon-based instruments to measure the CMB, including the US's new flagship instruments CMB-S4.

Friends of the Institute for the Science of Origins & Emeritus Faculty are eligible for the member rate for this program.

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