Evening Under the Stars: Blue Skies and Rainbows

Blue Skies and Rainbows aren’t just the domain of ELO and anthropomorphized green frogs – they’re a part of the type of normal weather everyone experiences. Dr. Joe Weingartner will explain exactly the sky is blue and why rainbows form during and after storms! Not only is the physics behind it not that complicated, but it’s fascinating!

Evening Under the Stars: Feathered Dinosaurs

Tuesday, 7 May 2013: 1st talk at 7PM, same talk at 7:45PM, observing starts at 7:30PM until 9PM. Meet in the lobby of Research Hall.

Just keep an eye out for weather – the event may be postponed or cancelled due to bad conditions – updates will be available here.

Harold Geller- Evenings Under the Stars Tuesday Sept. 11, 2012 8:00-10.00 pm

“My Favorite Martian – Curiosity” by Harold Geller and Observing Session

Where: Research Hall 163 (map)

 

 

Evening under the Stars Tuesday Nov. 6, 7:00-10:00pm

Science Talk and Observing

presenter at 7:00.  Research Hall 163

Observing Session follows

Evening under the Stars Tuesday Nov. 13, 7:00-10:00pm

Science Talk and Observing

presenter at 7:00.  Research Hall 163

Observing Session follows

Evening under the Stars Tuesday Nov. 27, 7:00-10:00pm

Science Talk and Observing
Research Hall 163

presenter at 7:00
Observing Session follows

Evening under the Stars Tuesday Dec. 11, 7:00-10:00pm

Science Talk and Observing
Research Hall 163

presenter at 7:00
Observing Session follows