Luminous screening and discussion sponsored by COS on March 29.

The study of celestial objects has always been revealing and provocative. In a fascinating story of discovery, courage, and intrigue, Sam Smartt’s visually stunning film Luminous tells of Larry Molnar’s recent prediction that two stars would collide and become a supernova. Should this unprecedented forecast come true, this would be an incredible scientific breakthrough for Larry and Calvin’s astronomy program. But what transpired next has become an inspiring testimony of Larry’s integrity and faith and an illuminating story about the collaborative process of science.

About the Event

We hope you’ll join on Wednesday, March 29 at 6:30-9:00 pm at the Bytwerk Theater in the DeVos Communication Center at Calvin for a special screening of Luminous and discussion with Larry and Sam.

This film is appropriate for all who’ve gazed into the night sky; invite your friends and family!



If you would like to contribute to underwriting this free COS-sponsored event, please contact Annette Ediger, Ben Videtich, or David Koetje.