03. June 2020 - 22:00 till 23:00
The Sky Tonight Astronomy Talk—Moons of the Solar System | Wednesday, 03. June 2020
The Sky Tonight Astronomy Talk—Moons of the Solar System
Date & Time: June 3, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: This is an online event. Registration is required as spots are limited.
Cost: Free! Just grab your favorite drink and food out of the fridge and join us!
Please note: This event will be recorded!
About the talk:
The Sky Tonight Astronomy Talk: Moons of the Solar System
Join us this month at 7 p.m. for a presentation by the Fleet’s resident astronomer, Dr. Lisa Will. Planets might get most of the attention, but the moons of our solar system show an amazing variety of environments. Active volcanoes, methane seas, icy surfaces, oh my! Join us to learn more about the amazing moons of our solar system.
This will be a zoom webinar presentation, which will allow for audience engagement through Q&A.
The link to the zoom session will be shared with all registered participants. Spots are limited!