Exploring the Universe in the Era of Space Survey Telescopes

5.00 лв.

11 May, 16:0017:00
Hall COSMOS in association with A1 

Over the past century, humanity has made quantum leaps in understanding the universe. Our entire knowledge of the cosmos originates from a colossal explosion 13.7 billion years ago, a monumental event that gave birth to the resplendent galaxy-filled universe we observe today. We have also known from observation that far from being static, the universe is currently undergoing accelerated expansion. Yet, significant mysteries remain unsolved, including the nature of the dark energy driving this acceleration and the essence of dark matter that dominates the cosmic structure’s evolution. The next generation of space cosmology survey telescopes, represented by Euclid, the Roman Space Telescope, and the Chinese Space Station Telescope, may hold the key to unlocking these pivotal questions. In this report, Ran Li from the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences will provide an overview of our current understanding of the universe and introduce the critical roles that space survey telescopes will play in furthering our exploration of these profound mysteries.

In English.
In partnership with the Embassy of China

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Ran Li,  Ph.D. graduate from the Department of Astronomy at Peking University, currently serves as a professor at the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on dark matter, gravitational lensing, and galaxy evolution. He is dedicated to mapping the dark matter cosmos using a variety of different methods to understand the evolution of galaxies within the dark matter universe. Ran Li holds the position of Project Scientist for Scientific Data Reduction System of the China Space Station Telescope (CSST) and leads the “CSST Dark Universe Mapping” scientific team. In his spare time, he engages in scientific writing, with works including “Roaming the Universe” and the translation of “The science in Interstellar”.

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Sofia Tech Park, Cosmos Hall in association with A1

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Подходящо за / Suitable for

8-12 grade, adults

Език / Language

Bulgarian, Chinese

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