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The Lives of Stars

Posted August 12, 2019

The birth, life, and death of our Sun follows a course steered by powerful interactions between the core parts of physical matter. Learn about this and other topics during Night Vision on August 15th and 17th at 6:45pm. Tickets cost $2.

The Science of Light

Posted July 31, 2019

Astronomers have developed ways to use light and its properties to reveal insights into planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe. Join us for Night Vision on August 22nd and 24th as we learn and explore about The Science of Light!

Mercury

Posted July 22, 2019

Mercury is the most difficult to observe out of the five planets visible to the unaided eye. Get a closer look at Mercury and the Messenger Mission during Night Vision.

Gateway to the Stars

Posted July 02, 2019

Each month in Gateway to the Stars, we explore the sky's seasonal highlights and events in astronomy and space flight. This month, we'll round-up some of our famous summer constellations, such as the members of the iconic Summer Triangle, and the famous Scorpius. Identifying these constellations will also help you to find some other great summer sights: The bulge of our Milky Way galaxy stretches up from the south during the summer months, and the bright and beautiful Jupiter and Saturn will be easy to spot nearby!

Join us for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. These upcoming events are designed to engage our community and inspire wonder and learning about not just past achievements, but also the future of space discovery and exploration.