Kick it into warp drive! Secret Science Club is blasting off into its ninth year with a special series of lectures & happenings @
Space. First up... we're heading out—way out! Manhattan
Tuesday, September 30, Secret Science Club (North) presents "Dark Discoveries, Constantly Cosmic" with Astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan @ Symphony Space, $25.
Rocket into deep space with astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan as she explores dark matter and dark energy! Making up 95 percent of the known Cosmos, the Dark Duo are maddeningly invisible—yet they shape the very structure of the Universe and drive its expansion.
Professor of Astronomy and Physics at
, Dr. Natarajan
presents an out-of-this-world talk on cosmology, black
holes, and the
Dark Duo. She shares how new telescopes, space missions, and experiments are giving scientists unprecedented views and clues,
allowing us to peer into the earliest growing pains of the Universe. Don't miss a nanosecond of this cosmic
Before & After
--Imbibe the starry-eyed cocktail of the night, the "Cosmic Ray"
--Lift off with intergalactic grooves
--Enter our quantum quiz contest!
Snag tickets for $15 here with code SECRET15, by phone at 212.864.5400, or in person at the box office.
Secret Science Club (North) meets Tuesday, September 30, 8pm @ Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway @
in . Subway: 1, 2, or 3 to Manhattan 96th Street. This is an all-ages event!
Next up . . . Tuesday, October 14, Secret Science Club (North) @ Symphony Space with Zoologist Mark Siddall