Dr. Pierre Cox - ALMA: In Search of Our Cosmic Origins
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Dr. Pierre Cox - ALMA: In Search of Our Cosmic Origins

Dr. Pierre Cox - ALMA: In Search of Our Cosmic Origins

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The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) released its first images of space in October 2011. Throughout its first half decade, ALMA has produced many exciting and fundamental results, enabling transformational science in a wide range of astronomy and planetary science subjects, from the Solar System to the early universe. Dr. Cox will present a selection of the most-remarkable ALMA scientific discoveries, compare the array’s original fundamental science with its current results, and outline the future evolution of ALMA.

Dr. Pierre Cox, Director, ALMA
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The Capital Science Evenings are made possible in part by the generous support of Margaret and Will Hearst.




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