Posted: Apr 4, 2013 5:09 PM by Judy Slate
Updated: Apr 4, 2013 5:30 PM
BOZEMAN - An amazing display of science was at the Emerson today, including an artist rendition of a black hole. It's part of MSU's Celebrating Einstein event.
Today, local kids got a lesson on black holes and more, including a camera obscura created by MSU physics students. The kids also got a mini-lecture and demonstration by a world renowned physicist.
So, why study the theories of Albert Einstein so many years after his death?
"Einstein was one of our most important scientist and the work that he did is still being studied by current scientists today and so there's still ground breaking new science that comes from Einstein's theories," said Joey Key of the Montana Space Grant Consortium.
The event lasts through Saturday. For a complete list of free activities click here.