Ann Arbor welcomes Neil DeGrasse Tyson

. March 1, 2016.
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Best-selling author, host of “Cosmos” and National Geographic’s “StarTalk,” director of the Hayden Planetarium, and owner/operator of one of the most entertaining twitter feeds around, Neil DeGrasse Tyson will visit Ann Arbor as part of a ten city lecture tour. The celebrated astrophysicist will give a presentation about modern science with time allotted for a Q&A session, and encourages questions from children as well as adults. Explore from the inner workings of a nucleus to the furthest reaches of space with one of the most distinguished (and entertaining) scientists of our time. 

7:30pm | Wednesday, March 23
$55-$82.50 
Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave.

734-763-8587neildegrassetysonlive.com

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