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Here. There. Everywhere.

An online site to accompany the traveling exhibit from NASA, Chandra X-ray Observatory at Harvard, and the Smithsonian.

About the Exhibit

On View in the Atrium of the Undergraduate Library, September 8 - 26, 2014

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"Here There and Everywhere!" Official Site

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Planning Committee, Special Recognition


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This exhibit was made possible through the efforts of: 

Here, There, and Everywhere Planning Committee: 

James Van Loon, Rachael Clark, Mike Hawthorne, Jill Wurm, Anne Hudson, Cindy Krolikowski, Veronica Bielat, Graham Hukill, Katrina Rouan, and Rod Fiori


 Faculty from the Department of Physics & Astronomy:

Dr. Ed Cackett and Dr. Claude Pruneau

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Hours, Events, Map


Main exhibit

Location: David Adamany Undergraduate Library, 1st floor atrium. Map to UGL

Times: Open 24 hours

Lecture: Neutron Stars: humanity in a sugar cube (WSU astronomer Dr. Ed Cackett)

Location: David Adamany Undergraduate Library, 3rd floor Community room. Map to UGL

Day/time: Wednesday September 17, 2:30pm

Astronomy Lecture

Neutron Stars Humanity in a Sugar Cube announcement
“Neutron Stars: Humanity in a Sugar Cube”
Presented by Professor Ed Cackett
September 17 at 2:30 p.m
Community Room (3rd Floor) of the David Adamany Undergraduate Library.

Professor Cackett will discuss neutron stars, a type of stellar remnant that can result from the gravitational collapse of a massive star during a supernova event. Neutron stars and black holes are among the most exotic objects in the universe; studying neutron stars and black holes gives us access to exotic realms that we can’t explore on Earth. A lump of neutron star matter the size of a sugar cube would weigh as much as all humanity, and the stars have magnetic fields a trillion times Earth’s. Since we can’t reproduce such conditions in laboratories, we have to observe neutron stars with telescopes to figure out their properties.

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Special Credits

"Here, There, & Everywhere" (HTE) is supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under grant NNX11AH28G issued through the Science Mission Directorate. - See more at:

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A special "Thank You" to Lauren Jackson-Beck, Technical Services Librarian at the Phillips Library of Aurora University, for allowing us to use her Guide to the exhibit as a starting point.