Night Sky Adventure: Updates from Juno at Jupiter (Presented by the Dudley Observatory) @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Jupiter may be the largest planet in the solar system, but there is a lot of unknown information about Jupiter. How did it form? What is the atmosphere like? What fuels the great red spot? Juno, a recent mission to Jupiter, will help us answer these and other questions about the gas giant. Night Sky Adventures are astronomy fun for the whole family! Educators from the Dudley Observatory, in conjunction with volunteers from the Albany Area Amateur Astronomers group, present astronomy lessons, planetarium shows and night sky viewing (weather depending). Amateur astronomers and families are invited to bring binoculars or telescopes. One or more telescopes will be provided for public use.
Cost: Free with admission
Location: Planetarium, Courtyard, Lobby
Evenings with miSci and the Dudley Observatory @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Spend the evening exploring the exhibits at miSci! Complete the night with a Night Sky Adventure with the Dudley Observatory.
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