Black holes are intriguing for both scientists and the public. They were predicted by Albert Einstein and discovered in 1916. Nearly 100 years later, they still test the theories of gravity, light and matter. On Sat., Feb. 18, Dr. Phil Langill will present some of the latest research and discoveries related to this mysterious celestial phenomenon.
The sky will offer a great opportunity to observe Venus, Jupiter and Mars. The University of Calgary’s Rothney observatory will have its telescopes ready with its monthly In the Sky presentation.