Monday night, Sept 2nd, join us for Café Scientifique at the Carnegie Science Center, for
Visualizing Hubble’s Colorful Universe.
Free, open to the public, doors open at 6 (cash bar and food available for purchase),
event starts at 7.
Presented by Zolt Levay, a photographer involved with several space missions at NASA’s
Goddard Space Flight Center. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is the best telescope astronomers
have had for three decades now – it has imaged the universe in exquisite detail.
Photographer Zolt Levay will describe some of the most powerful images in Hubble’s gallery and
how scientific data is extracted from these working photographs. Currently, he is working on
personal photography projects including seeking our dark, clear skies to explore the
relationships between landscapes, the night sky, and the cosmos.
Please register at the website HERE