We Live in a Universe of Horrors
There are many deadly and mysterious phenomena in the universe — from powerful gamma ray bursts and invisible dark matter, to exoplanets (planets outside our solar system) that literally rain glass. Join NASA scientists and communicators in a panel discussion about some of the real and terrifying marvels beyond our solar system. They will expose some of the dangers lurking in the darkness of space and reveal the process of communicating these chilling phenomena by intersecting science and visual arts.
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- Gain an understanding of dangerous and mysterious astrophysics phenomena that scientists are researching to better understand our universe.
- Learn how NASA scientists and communicators work together to accessibly and artistically present these complex phenomena to the public.
- Gain insight into distribution strategies (digital, print, etc.) NASA uses to reach as wide and diverse an audience as possible with this information.
Kaitlyn Soares, Public Outreach Specialist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory