About the event
Although astronomy forms part of the oldest scholarly disciplines of all, it still presents us with genuine surprises and fundamentally new findings about the universe. The discoveries of dark energy, gravitational waves and planets outside our solar system have demonstrated impressively that we are still far from having seen all phenomena that the universe has to offer.
Encouraged by the successes of the past 20 years, astronomers are currently developing a new generation of supertelescopes which will revolutionize their science. The astrophysicist Jochen Liske introduces a number of these beacon projects and explains which scientific questions they are intended to answer.
The German Research Foundation cordially invites you to this lecture.
|Date||26 March 2019, 19:00|
|Venue||Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Fürstensaal, 1st floor|
Ludwigstr. 16, 80539 Munich
|Public transport||Underground lines U3/ U6, bus lines 58/ 68/ 153/ 154, station/ bus stop Universität|
Bus lines 100/ 153, bus stop Von-der-Tann-Strasse
|Registration||Please register by e-mail to|
firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +49 89 28638-2115
Reserved seats need to be occupied 15 minutes before the start of the event at the latest.
By participating, you declare your approval of possibly being seen on recordings which will be used within the scope of the public relations work of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek.
|Admission||Admission is free.|
|Flyer||Download of the event flyer (PDF, 250 KB)|