Born from the Stars

The Universe is big – bigger than we can often comprehend. From the extremely large galaxies, stars and planets, to the incredibly small, with intricate structure inside every atom, it has fascinating details on every scale. But where did it all come from and what will it all become in the future? Dan Wilkins, Ph.D., Stanford University, explains how astronomers can begin to answer some of these fundamental questions and will describe how the Universe came to be.

About the Series:

Our Universe Revealed aims to give you an insight into the world and universe around us, demystifying phenomena and explaining the concepts which govern everything we see. Hosted by the Department of Physics, this public talk series aims to make Physics accessible to all.

April 7, 2020

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