Gravity: A Lens to the Universe

Gravity: A Lens to the Universe
November 2011 in Seattle

What is the universe made of? What's happening in all of the "empty" space? Where did the universe come from and where is it going? UW's Jake VanderPlas explores what we currently know about the universe and how a phenomenon called "gravitational lensing" can help us discover more.

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