Space Centre At Night
Kavli Lecture - May 5
Thursday, May 5 - 5:30pm
Special simulcast with Adler Planetarium
We know the Universe began 13.7 billion years ago in an explosion of space called the big bang. We also know that the gravity of dark matter created the galaxies and other cosmic structures we see today from tiny quantum fluctuations that arose just after the big bang.
Yet some big questions remain. Is our universe part of a larger multiverse? What is the cause of the speed up of the expansion of the Universe? These are the mysteries that inspire cosmologists today. In a dazzling, full-dome presentation, this presentation will illustrate what we know and how we know it, as well as the big ideas and puzzles of cosmology today.
Thursday, May 5 - 530pm
Simulcast presentation in the Planetarium Star Theatre
Tickets available through Eventbrite, in person or by calling 604.738.7827 ext 240
Universe In A Night
Saturdays, go beyond the third planet of our Solar System. Evening Admission | Show schedule
Planetarium Star Theatre shows: 7:30pm & 9:00pm | Observatory visit: 8:00pm - 12:00am