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One-Session Class: Oumuamua

Apr 08

One-Session Class: Oumuamua

No, it’s not a greeting for Hawaiian cows! Oumuamua is presumably a rock that flew by Mercury, Venus, and Earth in October 2017. In November 2018, two astrophysicists from Harvard published a paper suggesting it might not have been a rock nor have been on a random course. We’ll examine their contentions.Bob Zeman is a retired physicist with varied interests. He last led Exosemiotics: How to Talk to E.T. at Osher. He is looking forward to the fun a class of scientific speculation offers.
Monday, April 8, 2019 - 11:15am12:45pm
Classroom #3/4