interior of a large cylinder studded with smaller cylinders; standing at the bottom are two people in hard hats.

Neutrino detector in Chooz, France during assembly. Light sensors are attached to the walls and floor; detector fluid and more sensors will fill the central region.  UA faculty Jerry Busenitz and Ion Stancu worked with this collaboration.

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Physics & Astronomy Public Talk

October 24 @ 6:30 pm
1000 North Lawn Hall

Prof. Nicholas Suntzeff, the University Distinguished Professor from Texas A&M University will give a public talk on "The Darkening Universe - a trip through the Universe, from its birth until today, and to its likely future and strange death."

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Big Bang Theory: Epochs
Astrophysics Seminar/Journal Club

October 25 @ 2:30 pm
Gallalee Hall Room 313

Local viewing of weekly telecast of colloquium from the Space Telescope Science Institute

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Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

October 25 @ 3:30 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Prof. Nick Suntzeff, Distinguished Professor from Texas A&M will give a talk on "Supernova Cosmology: Thirty Two Years of Watching Stars Blow Up".

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Big Bang Theory: Epochs
Astrophysics Seminar/Journal Club

November 1 @ 2:30 pm
Gallalee Hall Room 313

Local viewing of weekly telecast of colloquium from the Space Telescope Science Institute

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