Below is the schedule for July 2018.
Star Talk: The Summer Skies
The summer constellations are high in the sky with brightly shining constellations such as Scorpius and Sagittarius. The Summer Triangle, which encompasses three constellations, is also a prominent feature that is high in the sky. Several planets will adorn the evening skies. Jupiter blazes high in the evening sky and Venus is visible for a short time just after nightfall. Saturn rises at sunset and Mars a couple of hours later. Join us for a live star talk that will explore the summer constellations and visible planets as well as the folklore associated with them.
Friday July 13 at 7:00 PM
Origins of Life
Origins of Life will take you on an inspirational journey through time beginning with the Big Bang and continuing through the formation of the Universe, stars and solar systems, the first life on Earth, and the great extinctions. The journey ends with a discussion of our search for life beyond planet Earth. This celebration of life on Earth features many recent discoveries related to life science, demonstrating that if there was ever a time that science made its greatest advances, it’s right now!
Friday July 27 at 7:00 PM
The Robinson Planetarium is located at the eastern end of Peelle Hall on the corner of Charles and Williams streets on the Adrian College campus.
For more information please see our web page at the following address: http://adrian.edu/campus-life/planetarium/