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In the Planetarium at SUNY Oneonta, assistant professor of physics & astronomy Josh Nollenberg lectures to his “Big Bang and the Formation of the Universe” (Astro 115) class about black holes and quasi-satellites. “It helps to give students a visual understanding of topics,” says Nollenberg. There were about 120 planetarium shows in 2016, including those for class lectures, school groups, campus groups and 10 free public events. <br />
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Photo by: Michael Forster Rothbart<br />
Date:  3/28/2017<br />
File#:  Canon — Canon EOS 5D Mark III digital camera frame C06680
In the Planetarium at SUNY Oneonta, assistant professor of physics & astronomy Josh Nollenberg lectures to his “Big Bang and the Formation of the Universe” (Astro 115) class about black holes and quasi-satellites. “It helps to give students a visual understanding of topics,” says Nollenberg. There were about 120 planetarium shows in 2016, including those for class lectures, school groups, campus groups and 10 free public events.
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  • SUNY Oneonta
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  • planets
  • black hole
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