Planetarium Program Scheduled Tonight

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Planetarium Program Scheduled Tonight

Published on October 25, 2013 by Larry Crippen

The SHSU physics department will highlight the “color” and “sound” of math–fusing science and art for its planetarium series program “Chaos and Order” tonight.

The program will begin at 7 p.m. in the SHSU Planetarium located in Farrington Building Room 102.

According to physics department staff laboratory assistant Michael Prokosch, “Chaos and Order” showcases the “fundamental connection between reality and mathematics,” taking audiences on a journey into a “fascinating world of sensuous, ever-evolving images and symphonic-electronic music.”

The program will also include information on the Comet ISON, which was discovered by two Russian amateur astronomers in September 2012 and is being called “potentially brilliant,” with astronomers predicting it could be as bright as the full moon or, perhaps, even visible in daylight.

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