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Celebrating a Century of Astronomy

We are sponsoring a series of four astrophysics symposia, to be held in Pasadena, California, during Autumn 2002/Winter 2003, to celebrate the Centennial of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. These four symposia will discuss exciting topics with a current and historical connection to research at Carnegie Observatories.

1. Coevolution of Black Holes and Galaxies
Dates: 20-25 October 2002
Host: L. Ho

2. Measuring and Modeling the Universe
Dates: 17-22 November 2002
Host: W. Freedman

3. Clusters of Galaxies: Probes of Cosmological Structure and Galaxy Evolution
Dates: 27-31 January 2003
Hosts: J. Mulchaey, A. Dressler, and A. Oemler

4. Origin and Evolution of the Elements
Dates: 16-21 February 2003
Hosts: A. McWilliam and M. Rauch

A copy of the Poster for the Symposia (in PDF format) can be downloaded here.

Conference Proceedings and the Carnegie Observatories Astrophysics Series.

For more information contact:

Luis Ho
Carnegie Observatories
813 Santa Barbara Street
Pasadena, CA 91101, U.S.A.
Email: lho@ociw.edu

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Last Updated: 6 August 2002

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