When Galaxies Collide
November 7, 2018
Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay campus
Off Churchill Ave, Sandy Bay
Acclaimed award-winning Australian Astrophysicist Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith takes audiences on a journey 5.8 billion year into the future.
With the Andromeda Galaxy rushing towards the Milky Way at 400,000 kilometres an hour, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith considers the fate of humanity and the fascinating developments and repercussions of a future universe.
Experience an astronomer’s stunning vision into the frontiers of astrophysics, with mind-blowing screen visuals created by Australian film maker Dean Francis.
Lisa will be joined on stage by a special science guest for discussion and audience Q&A.
With a commitment to inspiring the next generation to engage with and pursue a career in STEM, the master storyteller and science communicator presents an extraordinary insight into the ever-changing cosmos calibrated for maximum audience appeal.
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Event audience: Everyone