You are invited to join us for a unique science presentation and see six new stunning deep space images in the Winterstellar 2021 Exhibition.

Presentation by one of Australia’s foremost astronomers, Professor Brian Boyle.

Dark Side of the Universe

Matter of fact it’s (mostly) all dark. Covering dark atomic matter, cold dark matter, and dark energy.

This event has been postponed because of the Level 4 Lockdown.

Winterstellar & Professor Brian Boyle are keen to reschedule as soon as it is safe to do so.

New date to be confirmed at Central Stories Museum & Art Gallery, Alexandra.

Tickets $10 each. Under 17s free. Purchase from Central Stories Museum or book below. Limited places.

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  • Horsehead and Flame - photo by Brian Boyle
  • Lagoon and Trifid - photo by Brian Boyle
  • Dragons of Ara - photo by Brian Boyle
  • Vela in HOO - photo by Brian Boyle
  • M42 - photo by Brian Boyle
  • Leo Trio - photo by Brian Boyle

About the Presenter

Professor Brian Boyle
Professor Brian Boyle

Prof Brian Boyle held a number of leadership positions in Australian Astronomy over the past quarter of a century.  He was director of Australia’s two largest astronomical observatories; the optical Anglo-AustrlaianTelescope and the radio Australia Telescope National Facility. 

While at the latter he initiated the build of the Australian SKA Pathfinder Telescope in Western Australian, the world’s largest survey radio telescope.  He went on to lead Australia’s bid to host the world’s largest telescope: Square Kilometre Array. 

He has been involved in a number of large astronomy projects; including leading the largest quasar survey ever conducted and was a member of the Supernova Cosmology project team that discovered the acceleration of the Universe. 

Now retired, he has moved to Otago to pursue his passion for astronomy, through photography under our wonderful dark skies.  

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