Frontiers Lecture: The Zoomable Universe with Caleb Scharf


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From the farthest edge of the observable universe to the tiniest measurement of the subatomic realm, reality as we experience it is defined by scale.

Astrobiologist Caleb Scharf leads a tour through the scale of the universe, and explains how scientists use what we know about scale as an entry point to asking what we don’t know about the nature of reality both here on our earth and out in the cosmos.

This Frontiers Lecture took place at the Museum on November 13, 2017.



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