Science Saturday: Black Holes

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Presented by Middle Georgia Regional Library at Washington Memorial Library, Macon GA

Oct 12 2019
Science Saturday: Black Holes

Black holes are a source of fascination and fear.

Black holes are a source of fascination and fear. What is their nature? What proof do we have that black holes exist? What might we see or experience if were ever close to a black hole?

Philip Groce, President, Helping Planetariums Succeed, is a planetarium design consultant who has participated as a member of the design, engineering and project management team of more than 50 new and renovated planetariums around the US, including Macon’s own planetarium at the Museum of Arts & Sciences.

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Washington Memorial Library

1180 Washington Ave, Macon, GA 31201

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