Why do we see black holes? A journey between curiosity and science

Why do we see black holes?  A journey between curiosity and science

“Why do we see black holes? A journey between curiosity and science into one of the most fascinating mysteries of the universe.”

Conference by astrophysicist Francesca Banessa in the Digital Library of History

Black holes and other mysteries of the universe will be the topic of interest at the conference that astrophysicist Francesca Banessa, one of Brindisi’s most famous experts, will hold on Friday, September 22, at 6.30 pm, in the room of the Digital Library of History, in Brindisi. Sea front.

Dr. Banessa graduated with honors from the University of Bologna and has worked at the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge (UK), the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Boston (USA), and the Institute of Physics in Cantabria (Spain). Since 2008, she has been a researcher at the National Institute of Astrophysics in Rome, where she studies electromagnetic radiation from supermassive black holes. Coordinator of national and international scientific collaborations, she is the author of more than 200 publications in scientific journals.

For a time, he divided his professional research commitment with scientific publishing activities, committing himself to making the complex world of astronomy accessible to enthusiasts and scientists.

Black holes can be the size of a star, or they can be millions of times larger than those with a similar mass to a star. The latter are found in the centers of galaxies and the matter that revolves around them is capable of producing very high amounts of energy. They are considered among the most fascinating and mysterious phenomena in the universe, and are the subject of the latest studies around the world.

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Dr. Banessa will explain its properties in the light of the latest knowledge and state-of-the-art observational methods, and share the development of her research with enthusiasts and the curious.

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