Rowan Hosts Spring Equinox LectureMarch 04, 2004
The Department of Physics & Astronomy and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Rowan University will host their annual Spring 2004 Equinox Lecture on Wednesday, March 24, 2004, at 7:30 p.m. in Betty Long Rowan Lecture Hall, Rowan Hall (the engineering building).
Dr. Keith Noll, an astronomer with the Space Telescope and Sciences Institute and head of the Near Infrared Camera Multi-Object Spectrometer group, will present ?Truth and Beauty: Images from the Hubble Space Telescope.?
Noll?s science interests include the solar system, brown dwarfs and extra-solar planets. He is the principal investigator of the Hubble Heritage Project. This project uses the Hubble Space Telescope as a tool for extending human vision and builds a bridge between the endeavors of scientists and the public. The Heritage Project recently was awarded the 2003 Klumpke-Roberts Award of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific and the 2000 Infinity Award for Applied Photography.
The event is open to the public. For more information, call Dr. Karen Magee-Sauer at 856/256-4395.
(For more information, visit: heritage.hubble.edu.)