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7:30pm
  IGO Opens a New Window onto the Universe  
(Seminar/Conference)

On February 1, the Virginia Tech College of Science will launch its J. Mark Sower Distinguished Lecture Series, with debut speaker David Reitze, physicist and executive director of Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory Project, commonly known as LIGO for short. Reitze and other scientists in the project in fall 2015 were able to detect for the first time gravitational waves in space. In his talk, Reitze will cover gravitational waves and what makes them so difficult to detect and at the same time represent such powerful and unique probes of the universe. This College of Science event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.

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Location: 190 Goodwin Hall
Price: FREE
Sponsor: College of Science
Contact: Katie Lafon
E-Mail: sciencersvp@vt.edu
(540 231-8706
   
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