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Events of Week of 05/14/2018 and Beyond

Monday, 05/14/18  7:30 PM

California Academy of Sciences
55 Music Concourse Dr.
San Francisco, CA 94118

Chasing New Horizons: Inside the Epic First Mission to Pluto

On July 14, 2015, something amazing happened. More than 3 billion miles from Earth, a small NASA spacecraft called New Horizons screamed past Pluto at more than 32,000 miles per hour, focusing its instruments on the long mysterious icy worlds of the Pluto system, and then, just as quickly, continued on its journey out into the beyond. Nothing like this has occurred in a generation - a raw exploration of new worlds unparalleled since NASA’s Voyager missions to Uranus and Neptune - and nothing quite like it is planned to happen ever again. At a time when so many think that our most historic achievements are in the past, the most distant planetary exploration ever attempted not only succeeded in 2015 but made history and captured the world’s imagination.

How did they do it? Mission Leader Dr. Alan Stern and co-author Dr. David Grinspoon share the ultimate insider’s look at this amazing mission. It is the story of decades-long commitment and persistence; political fights within and outside of NASA; and sheer human ingenuity in designing, building, and flying the mission. And Dr. Stern will give a preview of New Horizons’ next encounter, as it performs a flyby of MU69 in the Kuiper Belt, 1 billion miles past Pluto, in 2019.

Copies of Dr. Stern's and Dr. Grinspoon's new book "Chasing New Horizons" will be available for purchase and signing following the presentation.

Website: https://www.calacademy.org/events/benjamin-dean-astronomy-lectures/chasing-new-horizons-inside-the-epic-first-mission-to-pluto

Cost:  $15 General, $12 Members and Seniors

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Monday, 05/14/18  7:30 PM

Hewlett Teaching Center
370 Serra Mall, Room 201
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305

Exoplanets and the Search for Habitable Worlds

For thousands of years people have wondered, “Are there planets like Earth?” “Are such planets common?” “Do any have signs of life?” Today astronomers are poised to answer these ancient questions, having recently found thousands of planets that orbit nearby Sun-like stars, called “exoplanets”. Professor Sara Seager will share the latest advances in this revolutionary field.

Website: http://events.stanford.edu/events/771/77145/

Cost:  Free

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Tuesday, 05/15/18
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Varian Physics Building
382 Via Pueblo Mall
Room 355
Stanford, CA 94305

Not-so-simple stellar populations in nearby, resolved massive star clusters

Until about a decade ago, star clusters were considered "simple"stellar populations: all stars in a cluster were thought to have similar ages and the same metallicity. Only the individual stellar masses were thought to vary, in essence conforming to a "universal" initial mass function. Over the past decade, this situation has changed dramatically. I will discuss my group's recent progress in this context, with particular emphasis on the properties and the alleged presence of multiple populations in Local Group star clusters across the full age range. Our most recent results imply a reverse paradigm shift, back to the old simple stellar population picture for at least some intermediate- age (~2 Gyr-old) star clusters, which opens up exciting avenues for future research efforts.

Speaker: Richard de Grijs (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)

Website: http://kipac.stanford.edu/events/de-grijs-not-so-simple-stellar-populations-nearby-resolved-massive-star-clusters-seager-tbd

Cost:  Free

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Tuesday, 05/15/18  7:30 PM

Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture Series
Foothill College
Smithwick Theater
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

CHASING NEW HORIZONS: INSIDE THE EPIC FIRST MISSION TO PLUTO

In July 2015, humanity’s fastest spacecraft, “New Horizons,” flew by Pluto, revealing details of its surprisingly active surface and atmosphere for the first time.  Come hear the mission’s Principal Investigator, Alan Stern, and noted planetary scientist and author, David Grinspoon, discuss their unique, insider’s view of how we got to Pluto and what we discovered there. Learn about the hazy layers of smog in Pluto’s air, the mysterious ocean-like feature called Sputnik, the towering mountains made of solid ice, and much more.  The evening will include a preview of the mission’s next flyby, in 2019, of a remote member of the Kuiper Belt of icy remnants from the birth of our solar system.

After the talk, there will be a book signing for Stern and Grinspoon’s new book Chasing New Horizons (2018, Picador Books.)

Website:  https://www.foothill.edu/astronomy/

Cost:  Free ($3 parking)

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Tuesday, 15 May, 2018  7:30P

San Francisco Amateur Astronomers
Presidio Observation Post
211 Lincoln Blvd, San Francisco, CA

“Cassini’s Spectacular Final Year at Saturn”
Matthew Tiscareno, Planetary Scientist, SETI

With its 13-year mission at Saturn now complete, Cassini takes its place as the most spectacularly successful interplanetary mission in the history of NASA. In its final 10 months (from December 2016 to September 2017), Cassini has transformed itself into a whole new mission with its Grand Finale, including 20 close flybys off the outer edge of Saturn’s rings and 22 passes between the rings and the cloud-tops of the planet, culminating into a final plunge into the depths of Saturn. The detailed new data obtained during these maneuvers has brought Saturn’s rings, its clouds, its small inner moons, and more, into sharper focus than ever before. In this lecture, Cassini rings scientist Matthew Tiscareno will review the rich harvest of the Cassini mission. 

Matthew Tiscareno received his PhD from the University of Arizona in Planetary Science. He is a Senior Research Scientist at the SETI Institute, and also a Participating Scientist and imaging Team Associate for the Cassini spacecraft. Dr. Tiscareno led the discovery of small moons embedded in Saturn’s rings, and is working on a number of related projects, including how moons rotate.


website:  https://www.sfaa-astronomy.org/lecture-15-may-cassinis-spectacular-final-year-at-saturn-by-matthew-tiscareno-planetary-scientist-seti/

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Thursday, 05/17/18
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Kavli Institute Astrophysics Colloquium
SLAC Fred Kavli Building (51) 3rd Fl Conference Room
2575 Sand Hill Rd
Menlo Park, CA 94305

Tackling Big Data with the Zooniverse
Speaker: Lucy Fortson, Univ. of Minnesota

Citizen science - the involvement of hundreds of thousands of people in the research process  - provides a radical solution to the challenge of dealing with the greatly increased size of modern data sets.  Zooniverse.org is the most successful collection of online citizen science projects which have enabled over 1.7 million online volunteers to contribute to over 120 research projects spanning disciplines from astronomy to zoology. Starting from the original Galaxy Zoo project, I will briefly describe the Zooniverse platform and some of the results to date from the Zooniverse collection of online projects in the context of new approaches to combining machine learning with human classifications. I will then discuss future developments of the Zooniverse platform with the ultimate goal of producing a system that most efficiently balances the human and machine classifications. Such efforts are critical in coping with data from the next generation of large-scale experiments, including the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.

Website: https://kipac.stanford.edu/events/tackling-big-data-zooniverse

Cost:  Free

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Friday, 05/18/18
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC)
Building 51
3rd Floor Conference room
Menlo Park, CA 94025

Circumnuclear Star Formation and Feedback in AGN (Active Galactic Nuclei)
Speaker: Krista Lynne Smith, Stanford

Website: http://kipac.stanford.edu/events/circumnuclear-star-formation-and-feedback-agn

Cost:  Free

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Friday, 05/18/18
01:00 PM - 05:00 PM

San Mateo County Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403

Maker Faire Bay Area - FRIDAY@MakerFaire
FRIDAY@MakerFaire is a special, ticketed event for attendees interested in taking advantage of this preview opportunity with smaller crowds and a bigger opportunity for communication and collaboration. This afternoon is a perfect for:

• Corporate Groups: Think: team building excursions, inspiration field trips, business development recruiting, and networking. Please 
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for group ticket packages.
• Industry: See the trends, and new tech and ideas first. Purchase General Admission tickets 
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• Media: We invite you to scout out the best locations and stories before the weekend frenzy. But highly recommend experiencing the energy and festivities of the weekend. 
Register for media credentials
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• Industry, Career & College Day Participants: Want more Maker Faire, join us directly after the Industry, Career, and College program for the opening day festivities get your tickets 
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ICC
and if the program is a good fit for you!
Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. All of these “makers” come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned.

Maker Faire is primarily designed to be forward-looking, showcasing makers who are exploring new forms and new technologies. But it’s not just for the novel in technical fields; Maker Faire features innovation and experimentation across the spectrum of science, engineering, art, performance and craft.

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. It’s a venue for makers to show examples of their work and interact with others about it. Many makers say they have no other place to share what they do. DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is often invisible in our communities, taking place in shops, garages and on kitchen tables. It’s typically out of the spotlight of traditional art or science or craft events. Maker Faire makes visible these projects and ideas that we don’t encounter every day.

Weekend passes available

Website: https://makerfaire.com/bay-area/

Cost:  $0 - $50 (see website)

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Friday, 05/18/18  7:00 PM

Tri-Valley Stargazers
1893 N. Vasco Rd
Unitarian Universalist Church
Livermore, CA 94551

Preventing an Asteroid Extinction
Speaker: Kirsten Howley

Website: http://www.trivalleystargazers.org

Cost:  Free

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Friday, May 18, 2018
9:15 PM to 11:15 PM

San Jose Astronomical Association
In Town Star Party
Houge Park 
3972 Twilight Dr · San Jose, CA
How to find us
Near the tennis courts

Come view the heavens through a telescope at the SJAA's In Town Star Party. Bring a scope to share the views, and if you do, feel free to come early to set up. Remember, this event is free, everyone is invited, no reservations required. Just show up!

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Fri. 05/18/2018 7PM

Telescope Makers Workshop
Chabot Space and Science Center
10000 Skyline Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94619-2450

Chabot's TMW is one of only a handful of regularly scheduled telescope making workshops in the U.S., and probably the world; it meets every Friday evening throughout the year, except Memorial Day weekend. It has been in operation since December of 1930, founded by Franklin B. Wright, and is currently run by Eastbay Astronomical Society member Rich Ozer, with help from other EAS members, Dave Barosso, Barry Leska, and others. The price of admission is FREE. All you have to do is show up, buy a mirror blank and a "tool" (typically around $100 - $200 depending on the size of the mirror) and start "pushin' glass!" We supply you with instruction, the various grits you'll need to first grind, and then polish and figure your mirror, and all the testing equipment needed. With a small bit of luck, you could wind up with a telescope that costs 1/3 or 1/4 the cost of a store-bought telescope, that is yet optically superior! Itdoes take time - depending on how much time you put in on it, and other factors, it could take a few months or several months. But, it's a fun project, great for kids, and at the end you get a great telescope!

For more information call or email Richard Ozer at rozer@pacbell.net or phone (510) 406-1914.

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Fri. 05/18/2018 and Sat. 05/19/2018

Chabot Space and Science Center
10000 Skyline Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94619-2450
(510) 336-7300

EXPLORE THE NIGHT SKIES AT THE CHABOT OBSERVATORIES
for more information: http://www.chabotspace.org/
Free Telescope Viewing
Regular hours are every Friday & Saturday evening, weather permitting: 7:30pm -10:30pm
Come for spectacular night sky viewing the best kept secret in the Bay Area and see the magnificence of our telescopes in action!

Daytime Telescope Viewing On Saturday and Sunday afternoons come view the sun, moon, or Venus through Chabot's telescopes. Free with General Admission..

12pm - 5pm: Observatories Open (weather permitting)

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Fri. 05/18/2018 9PM

Foothill College
12345 El Monte Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Foothill Observatory is open for public viewing every clear Friday evening from 9:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Visitors can view the wonders of the universe through the observatory's computer-controlled 16- inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.
Views of objects in our solar system may include craters and mountains on the moon, the moons and cloud-bands of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, etc. Deep space objects including star clusters, nebulae, and distant galaxies also provide dramatic demonstrations of the vastness of the cosmos.The choice of targets for any evening's viewing depends on the season and what objects are currently in the sky.

Admission is free. Parking is $3

Foothill Observatory is located on the campus of Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. Take Highway 280 to the El Monte Rd exit. The observatory is next to parking lot 4. Parking at the college requires visitor parking permits that are available from the machines in the parking lots for $3.00. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and quarters; bring exact change. Citations are issued.

Come to Foothill Observatory and join us in the exploration of our Universe!

==================================

Sat. 05/19/2018 10AM

Foothill College
12345 El Monte Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Foothill College Observatory 10AM-12PM if it is clear Solar observing with a Hydrogen alpha solar telescope every clear Saturday morning. This allows spectacular views of solar prominences and unusual surface features on the Sun not otherwise visible with regular white light telescopes.

Admission is free. Parking is $3

Foothill Observatory is located on the campus of Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. Take Highway 280 to the El Monte Rd exit. The observatory is next to parking lot 4. Parking at the college requires visitor parking permits that are available from the machines in the parking lots for $3.00. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and quarters; bring exact change. Citations are issued.

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Saturday, 05/19/18
10:00 AM - 07:00 PM

San Mateo County Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403

Maker Faire Bay Area
Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. All of these “makers” come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned.

Maker Faire is primarily designed to be forward-looking, showcasing makers who are exploring new forms and new technologies. But it’s not just for the novel in technical fields; Maker Faire features innovation and experimentation across the spectrum of science, engineering, art, performance and craft.

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. It’s a venue for makers to show examples of their work and interact with others about it. Many makers say they have no other place to share what they do. DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is often invisible in our communities, taking place in shops, garages and on kitchen tables. It’s typically out of the spotlight of traditional art or science or craft events. Maker Faire makes visible these projects and ideas that we don’t encounter every day.

Weekend passes available

Website: https://makerfaire.com/bay-area/

Cost:  $0 - $50 (see website)

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Saturday, 05/19/18  8:00 PM

Cushing Memorial ('Mountain') Amphitheater
Mt Tamalpais State Park
Pan Toll Road and Ridgecrest Blvd
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Laura Peticolas, Assoc Director of Education & Outreach, Sonoma State University

Is That Deep Glow in the Night Sky Real?

The Northern Lights can appear as a deep red glow here in California. In Alaska, it more often appears as a bright green band, glowing across the night sky. Come learn more about these dynamic lights, their connection to the activity on the Sun, and how photographers are helping us better understand the difference ways these lights are manifested.

Website: http://www.friendsofmttam.org/astronomy/schedule

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Saturday, 05/19/18
08:30 PM - 10:30 PM

College of San Mateo Bldg 36
1700 W Hillsdale Rd
San Mateo, CA 94402

Jazz Under the Stars
Come peer through our telescopes and see craters on the Moon, the visible planets, star clusters, and more while we listen to CSM's very own KCSM Jazz 91 FM. Dress warmly. Free parking in Marie Curie Lot 5. Directions are available on the Maps, Directions & Parking page.

Website: http://collegeofsanmateo.edu/astronomy/jazz.asp

Cost:  Free

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Sunday, 05/20/18
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Lawrence Hall of Science
1 Centennial Drive
Berkeley, CA 94720

Lawrence Hall of Science 50th Anniversary Open House
The Lawrence Hall of Science is celebrating its 50th anniversary! In May 1968, we opened our doors to the public for the first time. Join us for a free day of science fun as we kick off a year of special events and programs to celebrate 50 years of hands-on science learning.

See weblink for schedule of events

Website: https://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/events/50th-anniversary-open-house

Cost:  Free

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Sunday, 05/20/18
10:00 AM - 06:00 PM

San Mateo County Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403

Maker Faire Bay Area
Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new, Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. All of these “makers” come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned.

Maker Faire is primarily designed to be forward-looking, showcasing makers who are exploring new forms and new technologies. But it’s not just for the novel in technical fields; Maker Faire features innovation and experimentation across the spectrum of science, engineering, art, performance and craft.

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. It’s a venue for makers to show examples of their work and interact with others about it. Many makers say they have no other place to share what they do. DIY (Do-It-Yourself) is often invisible in our communities, taking place in shops, garages and on kitchen tables. It’s typically out of the spotlight of traditional art or science or craft events. Maker Faire makes visible these projects and ideas that we don’t encounter every day.

Weekend passes available

Website: https://makerfaire.com/bay-area/

Cost:  $0 - $50 (see website)

==================================

Sunday, 05/20/18
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Hiller Aviation Museum
601 Skyway Rd.
San Carlos, CA 94070

Aero Workshop: Water Rockets
Put your engineering skills to the test in the Aero Workshop!  Each session is a special 2-hour mini design challenge designed for children ages 8-12.  Each workshop centers on a particular problem in aerospace illustrated by a pair of hands-on experiences.  Participants then work in small teams of 3-5 to design, build and test a working invention, then launching it in a culminating competition.

Find out about Newton’s Third Law and the science of rocketry, then build and launch a unique water-powered rocket on a mission to achieve maximum flight time!

Limited space, see website for additional info.

Website: https://www.hiller.org/event/aero-workshop-18/

Cost:  Free with admission

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Wednesday, 05/23/18  7:00 PM

SETI Institute: SETI Talks
SRI Conference Center
301 Ravenswood Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025

2001: A Space Odyssey at 50. HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality

Along with celebrating 50 years of software engineering, we can also celebrate the premiere of one of the most famous science fiction movies in history, 2001: A Space Odyssey. One of the central characters in the movie was the supercomputer HAL, the most powerful computer imagined at that time. Possessed knowledge superior to that of a human, HAL controlled the spaceship, found solutions to the most complex problems, played chess with the astronauts, and served them continuously. Then something went wrong. Why?  Was it a bug in the system, or a problem intrinsic to AI? This is the core question.

50 years later, we might frame the questions differently: Would it be possible to design a computer today that could reach or outreach HAL’s capabilities? Can today’s software do what HAL did? What are the ethical questions and dangers of AI in such a context?

In this interactive talk Dr. David Stork will discuss these questions and explore the ethical concerns and potential deep dangers of artificial intelligence.

Speaker: Dr. David Stork

Website: https://seti.org/weekly-lecture/2001-space-odyssey-50-hals-legacy-2001s-computer-dream-and-reality

Cost:  Free

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Thursday, 05/24/18
07:30 PM - 10:30 PM

City Star Parties - Exploratorium
Pier 17
Green Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

San Francisco City Star Party
Come join us for our monthly San Francisco City Star Party. SFAA members provide telescopes for your viewing pleasure.
Be sure to check the SFAA website for the latest updates…bad weather or overcast skies will cancel!

Website: https://www.sfaa-astronomy.org/events/cat_ids~55/%22%3e%20City%20Star%20Parties/

Cost:  Free

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Fri. 05/25/2018 7PM

Telescope Makers Workshop
Chabot Space and Science Center
10000 Skyline Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94619-2450

Chabot's TMW is one of only a handful of regularly scheduled telescope making workshops in the U.S., and probably the world; it meets every Friday evening throughout the year, except Memorial Day weekend. It has been in operation since December of 1930, founded by Franklin B. Wright, and is currently run by Eastbay Astronomical Society member Rich Ozer, with help from other EAS members, Dave Barosso, Barry Leska, and others. The price of admission is FREE. All you have to do is show up, buy a mirror blank and a "tool" (typically around $100 - $200 depending on the size of the mirror) and start "pushin' glass!" We supply you with instruction, the various grits you'll need to first grind, and then polish and figure your mirror, and all the testing equipment needed. With a small bit of luck, you could wind up with a telescope that costs 1/3 or 1/4 the cost of a store-bought telescope, that is yet optically superior! Itdoes take time - depending on how much time you put in on it, and other factors, it could take a few months or several months. But, it's a fun project, great for kids, and at the end you get a great telescope!

For more information call or email Richard Ozer at rozer@pacbell.net or phone (510) 406-1914.

==================================

Fri. 05/25/2018 and Sat. 05/26/2018

Chabot Space and Science Center
10000 Skyline Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94619-2450
(510) 336-7300

EXPLORE THE NIGHT SKIES AT THE CHABOT OBSERVATORIES
for more information: http://www.chabotspace.org/
Free Telescope Viewing
Regular hours are every Friday & Saturday evening, weather permitting: 7:30pm -10:30pm
Come for spectacular night sky viewing the best kept secret in the Bay Area and see the magnificence of our telescopes in action!

Daytime Telescope Viewing On Saturday and Sunday afternoons come view the sun, moon, or Venus through Chabot's telescopes. Free with General Admission..

12pm - 5pm: Observatories Open (weather permitting)

==================================

Fri. 05/25/2018 9PM

Foothill College
12345 El Monte Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Foothill Observatory is open for public viewing every clear Friday evening from 9:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Visitors can view the wonders of the universe through the observatory's computer-controlled 16- inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.
Views of objects in our solar system may include craters and mountains on the moon, the moons and cloud-bands of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, etc. Deep space objects including star clusters, nebulae, and distant galaxies also provide dramatic demonstrations of the vastness of the cosmos.The choice of targets for any evening's viewing depends on the season and what objects are currently in the sky.

Admission is free. Parking is $3

Foothill Observatory is located on the campus of Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. Take Highway 280 to the El Monte Rd exit. The observatory is next to parking lot 4. Parking at the college requires visitor parking permits that are available from the machines in the parking lots for $3.00. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and quarters; bring exact change. Citations are issued.

Come to Foothill Observatory and join us in the exploration of our Universe!

==================================

Sat. 05/26/2018 10AM

Foothill College
12345 El Monte Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Foothill College Observatory 10AM-12PM if it is clear Solar observing with a Hydrogen alpha solar telescope every clear Saturday morning. This allows spectacular views of solar prominences and unusual surface features on the Sun not otherwise visible with regular white light telescopes.

Admission is free. Parking is $3

Foothill Observatory is located on the campus of Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. Take Highway 280 to the El Monte Rd exit. The observatory is next to parking lot 4. Parking at the college requires visitor parking permits that are available from the machines in the parking lots for $3.00. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and quarters; bring exact change. Citations are issued.

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Saturday, 05/26/18  7:30 PM

East Bay Astronomical Society
Chabot Space & Science Center, 10000 Skyline Blvd
2nd Floor, Spees Bldg, Galileo Room
Oakland, CA 94619

Radio Astronomy
Speaker: Deepthi Gorthi, UC Berkeley

Deepthi is a third year graduate student at UC Berkeley, working in Dr. Aaron Parsons Radio Astronomy Lab. He’ll be discussing his research and the field of radio astronomy in general.

Website: http://eastbayastro.org/events/

Cost:  Free
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