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The Cosmology Interest Group is a sub-group
of the Lincoln Hills Astronomy Group. Meetings
are in the form of a lecture or video series, focusing
on some aspect of cosmology; followed by a spirited discussion. There is no need to be proficient in math
or physics formulas. We try to keep things as simple
as possible, so everyone can grasp the topic being presented. This is a fun group with lots very smart members to answer just about any questions you
may have about the cosmos. For more
information contact Morey Lewis at
Our Next Meeting
Monday January 20 at 6:45 PM, join us in
the Orchard Creek Fine Arts room where Don
Wilson will present “A Congruent Cosmology”,
which will explain his cosmological theory of
the universe. There is no meeting in
November or December.
#13 The Big Bang: The Oldest Radio Waves
#14 H II Regions and the Birth of Stars
#15 Supernovas and the Death of Stars
#16 Radio Stars and Early Interferometers
#17 Radio Source Counts
#18 Active Galactic Nuclei and the VLA
#19 A Telescope as Big as the Earth
#20 Galaxies and Their Gas
#21 Interstellar Molecular Clouds
#22 Star Formation and ALMA
#23 Interstellar Chemistry and Life
#24 The Future of Radio Astronomy
Holiday luncheon in the Solarium.
Don Wilson will present “A Congruent Cosmology”, which will explain his cosmological theory of the universe.
Lectures 1 and 2 of a new DVD series, entitled
"Introduction to Astrophysics".
"Introduction to Astrophysics", lectures 3 and 4.