Ever wanted to look through a telescope guided by a trained astrophysicist? How about conducting experiments with an infrared camera? Or seeing if you can beat your friends and family in paper airplane competitions?
You can do all of that and more during AstroNite, a free event open to students and the community, hosted by UM-Flint Physics faculty and students.
When: Friday, Oct. 25, from 7-10 p.m.
Where: UM-Flint Murchie Science Building. A campus map is available online.
Who: Anyone! UM-Flint students, community members, kids and their families.
Cost: Free! No RSVP required.
Want to see what you can expect at AstroNite? We made some videos!
Find the perfect design for your Mars Lander and make sure your cargo (an egg) survives the fall to the Martian surface! Watch the video.
See the world in a whole new way by conducting experiments with an infrared camera. Watch the video.
“We are strong believers that science is for everyone, not just those studying or teaching it at universities,” says Associate Chair for Physics Programs Rajib Ganguly, Ph.D. “It is fascinating that we are able to understand much of why the universe behaves as it does, and we want to share that wonder with people of all ages in the community.”
Questions? Contact Communications Specialist Logan McGrady at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you soon!