The Universe We Cannot See

Jan 17, 2014

The wonders of the universe continue to unfold with an ever-stronger array of telescopes and other devices for seeing into deep space. 

A spiral galaxy. This, we can see.
Credit NASA/Public Domain

Then there's all that stuff we can't see, and that's what James Brau wants to talk about. 

Dr. Brau is the director of the University of Oregon Center for High Energy Physics, and an expert on the parts of the universe we can't see: dark matter. 

He'll explain the theories in a public talk at the Eugene Library on Saturday (Jan. 18) and visit with us for this segment.