Members Night Talk – At the observatory

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Members Night Talk – At the observatory

July 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEST

- Free
Neil Creek

All members welcome, just make sure you book your ticket for each person who wishes to come up to the observatory for a good talk and a night of looking at the sky.

Eden was originally captivated by the need to understand how the universe began and what contribution did quantum particles play in the epoch of time, equally Eden’s deep interest has driven him to spend a significant amount of time endeavouring to understand such a profound subject.
Today, Eden is a contributing member of MPAS, an active astronomy club situated in Mornington Australia, Eden also runs a Cosmology Discovery Group and is the author and producer of Cosmic Corner E-magazine, which has a global reach. Eden gives talks on cosmology to groups, schools, and interested clubs around the state of Victoria while managing his active website.
Eden takes an interest in writing and has published 2 books by BEP Business Expert Press New York and is set to publish his third book in the next year.
On Friday the 19th July the topic will be ‘The Most Challenging in Cosmology’ .  This topic confronts the most challenging issues in cosmology today, such as:
  1. What is dark matter?
  2. What is dark energy?
  3. The quantum understanding of gravity.
  4. The new discoveries of the JWST and new revelations of the results
  5. And more.
Eden will be presenting at MBO in person.  Meet Eden and bring your questions with you.

Members Night Event

Tickets for Members Night

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July 19
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEST
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