Events

2014

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Third Thursday, Monthly
Peter Piper Pizza

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August

Globe at Night
August 15-24, 2014

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




September

Globe at Night
September 15-24, 2014

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




October

Globe at Night
October 14-23, 2014

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




The Art of Planetary Science
October 17, 2014, Opening Reception 5:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.
October 18-19, 2014, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Kuiper Space Sciences Building
University of Arizona
1629 E University Blvd

This exhibition will feature works of art inspired by planetary science and the solar system from the art community, along with works by scientists created from their scientific data. The event will bridge the gap between the local science and art communities, and even extend beyond Tucson. Scientists and artists are encouraged to participate. Last year the exhibition featured works from over 70 artists and scientists in a variety of mediums, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, textiles, glasswork, and film.




November

Globe at Night
November 12-21, 2014

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




December

Globe at Night
December 11-20, 2014

Engage people worldwide in observing the nighttime sky. Encourage students and families to participate in citizen-science with a hands-on learning activity. Gather light pollution data from an international perspective to monitor sky brightness and its effects.




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