Maine Public interviews astrophysicist presenting at UMaine

Maine Public spoke with Grant Tremblay, an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and native Maine resident, who was back in the state to speak at the University of Maine. Tremblay presented “Light from the Void: NASA’s Once and Future Great Observatories” as part of the Emera Astronomy Center’s Science Lecture Series, and “Galaxy-scale Fountains with Black Hole Pumps,” a Department of Physics and Astronomy colloquium. Maine Public interviewed Tremblay soon after NASA released the first groundbreaking image of a black hole.