Mapping the Universe With Telescopes

Mapping the Universe With Telescopes

Video Cosmology & Gravity 30.11.2015

Where does the universe come from? That’s what theoretical astrophysicist Kiyoshi Masui is trying to figure out. Using telescopes to detect galaxies, Kiyoshi is able to study how the universe evolved. Kiyoshi is an alumnus of the CIFAR Global Scholars program.

This video was produced by the Banff Centre.

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