Thursday, April 4th: Astronomy on Tap

Astronomy on Tap
The Way Station (683 Washington Ave., Brooklyn)
7:30-8pm
Free, RSVP here

Because astronomy is always better with beer. Astronomers revealing how they explore the universe at a bar near you! A series of short FREE public science talks ranging from black holes to planets by astronomers from Yale University, NYU, College of Staten Island and more. Afterwards there will be a chance to ask questions and talk one-on-one with the speakers.

Astronomy on Tap is FREE. All are welcome, but space is limited in the venue. We’re asking people to register so we can get a head count and try to make sure everyone has a seat. The venue is a bar, so 21 and over only. Did we mention the TARDIS?

Speaker list:

Ashley Pagnotta (AMNH) – Cosmic Candles

Gabe Perez-Giz (NYU) – WTF is a Black Hole, Anyway?

Adrian Price-Whelan (Columbia) – The Milky Way is a Messy Eater

Emily Rice (College of Staten Island/CUNY/AMNH) – Exoplanets Everywhere!

Meg Schwamb (Yale University) – Tales from the Solar System

Emma Walker (Yale University) – Asteroids: Crash and Burn

All are welcome, but space is limited in the venue. We’re asking people to register so we can get a head count and try to make sure everyone has a seat.

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