The universe composed of light and color, exposed with love and humor
As part of the World Space Week, SENACYT and the City of Knowledge Foundation held the conference: The universe composed of light and color, exposed with love and humor, on Wednesday, September 27 at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.
Panamanian astrophysicist Madelaine Rojas explained scientific concepts related to physics and the chemistry of the universe using humor, for those who think science is boring, as a way for people to discover the importance of science.
Rojas spoke about Space Engineering, the spectra of the planets and the fact that Venus reflects more light because there are many clouds, matter that is formed by three elementary particles that are protons, neutrons and electrons, and how the sun generates wind that reaches the surface of the sea and thus generates waves that create our beaches, among other interesting facts.
The conference of Madelaine Rojas took place as part of the World Space Week celebrating the 60th anniversary of the first artificial satellite created by man that successfully orbited our Planet.