The First Stars
The Webb Telescope’s Holy Grail
Saturday January 8th, 7:30 pm
The James Webb Telescope is moving into position a million miles from earth. A primary goal of the telescope is to look back in time to find the very first stars and galaxies that formed after the big bang. Astronomer Steve Ruhl will look at what makes these stars & galaxies special and how they affect the evolution of the universe and life.
If the sky is clear, we will have a virtual star party with the Ritchie (or other) telescope on the island.
Topic: The First Stars – The Webb Telescope’s Holy GrailTime: Jan 8, 2022 19:15 Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Many thanks to these Bainbridge Island community organizations for their continued support.