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    What Does the Universe Actually Look Like?

    Humans can only see a small spectrum of wavelengths, but the universe contains much more than we can actually see. Angela Olinto, chair of the department of astronomy at the University of Chicago, is working to bridge that gap.

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    Space Exploration: What’s After The Final Frontier?

    Reach for the stars with some of the country's leading astronomers, including former astronaut Christopher Ferguson and physicist Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano.

    Christopher Ferguson
    Director of Crew and Mission Operations, Boeing; Former NASA Astronaut
    Hakeem Oluseyi,
    Professor of Physics and Science, Florida Institute of Technology
    Rocky Kolb
    Dean of Physical Sciences, University of Chicago
    Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano
    Physicist; Professor, Northwestern University
    Angela Olinto
    Homer J. Livingston Distinguished Service Professor; Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Chicago

    Human beings have wondered about the universe for centuries, but it is only within the last 70 years that we’ve begun venturing into space. Should we continue that effort? How are experts working towards the next era of space exploration? From NASA to private enterprises to citizen scientists, find out humanity’s next frontier of space exploration.

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