DC Science cafe: The Universe

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What did the universe look like when it was one second old? Only four percent of the universe is made of stuff you can see, like planets and stars, so what’s the rest of reality made of?

For answers to those questions and some of your own, come join an open, curiosity-driven discussion with local Nobel Laureate, astrophysicist and cosmologist John Mather of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

While you’re at it, try two mind-expanding drinks, the Big Bang and Dark Energy, invented especially for the event by the Busboys & Poets’ bartending staff.

Event website

Monday, May 9, 2011

6:30  –  8:30 pm

(program starts at 7 pm)

Busboys and Poets, 5th and K St., NW

Washington, DC

For more information, email DCScienceCafe@dcswa.org

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