translated from Spanish: “Curiosities in the Solar System” talks cycle via online

Talk cycle “Curiosities in the Solar System”

On Friday, June 12, another day of “Astronomy in your house” will take place, where we can learn about interesting facts regarding the Solar System.
For what they always wanted to know where the idea to design the Star Wars Death Star came about, Dr. Michael Fellhauer invites to be part of his talk “Curiosities in the Solar System” to be taught this Friday, June 12 at 7 p.m. through the YouTube channel “Project Ring Black Holes Supermassive”, on the link
Dr. Michael Fellhauer, who is also an academic in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Concepción, will comment on details about the Solar System, delving into the different planets that make up it and delivering curious data about them.
Dr. Fellhauer is originally from Germany, where he completed a PhD in astrophysics in 2001 at the University of Heidelberg. He has served at the Inst. f. Astrophys., U. Kiel in Germany, School for Mathem., U. Edinburgh in Scotland, Lick Observatory, UC Santa Cruz in California; AIfA U. Bonn in Germany and IoA, U. Cambridge in England, and since 2008 he has been a professor at the University of Concepción. In addition, he is a member of the largest Theoretical Group of Astronomy in Chile (
After the talk, for half an hour, interested parties will be able to interact with the charlist, who will answer all their doubts.
The activity is a realization of the Ring of Supermassive Black Holes Project, composed of astronomers and astronomers of the Pontifical Catholic University, University of Valparaiso and University of Concepción.

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