Astronomy Days - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
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North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' annual Astronomy Days will be virtual this year, with seven days of astronomical programming! Join NCMNS, the Raleigh Astronomy Club, and NASA Langley Research Center to discover the big picture of the universe. There's something for space enthusiasts of all ages! Visit the official event website for full details, including all programs and member benefits: bit.ly/AstronomyDays2020
There will be three presentations using OpenSpace:
- Saturday, January 30, 10 am EST: Seeing the Whole Universe, Are We Alone?
- Saturday, January 30, 3 pm EST: The Giant Planets in OpenSpace
- Sunday, January 31, 1 pm EST: The Terrestrial Planets: Impacts and Origins
Free registration for these programs is required.