We had another wonderful turnout for Astronomy on Tap Trenton on November 15th! Thank you to Eliot Quataert, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, and Adrian Bayer, Postdoctoral Research Scientist for their amazing talks. Eliot discussed black holes: what they are, how we know they are present, and how we take images of these objects that absorb all light; and Adrian told us all about the exotic particles that are neutrinos (which are the lightest particles in the universe): how we detect them and how we measure their masses. Join us again next month to hear all about how to get from Trenton to the edge of the universe (in six easy steps!) and black hole photon rings!