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Dark Matter & Dark Energy Public Lecture

Posted in Science & Technology
Nov 2, 2017

Space

Dark Matter & Dark Energy: How do we know they exist and why do we care?

by Rainer Dick and Masoud Ghezelbash, Department of Physics & Engineering Physics

Thursday, Nov. 2
7:00 pm
Arts 241
All welcome

 

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