Students Offer Free Crash Course in the Night Sky

Have you ever wanted to look through a telescope at the moon or another galaxy? If so, now’s your chance!

Join us for a free public Crash Course on the Night Sky, Monday through Thursday, December 5-8, 6:30 – 8 PM if skies are clear

Hosted by the students of AST 278 Observational Astronomy

Take the elevators to the 5th floor of Copernicus Hall at CCSU and follow the signs. For more information, see http://www.ccsu.edu/astronomy

 

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AAPG Distinguished Speaker to visit CCSU

Central Connecticut State University Department of Geological Sciences will host

 AAPG Distinguished Lecturer Per Kent Pedersen
Associate Professor, Department of Geoscience, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

 speaker

MARINE MUDDY DEPOSITIONAL SYSTEMS – BEDFORMS TO STRATAL ARCHITECTURE AND PLAY FAIRWAYS

When:                   Friday November 11, 2016

Time:                   2:00 PM

Where:                 Central Connecticut State University,  211 Copernicus Hall (Planetarium)

Where to park:     Copernicus Garage (see map at                                 http://web.ccsu.edu/campusmap/?redirected)

Food and Refreshments will be provided

For the abstract of this talk see http://www.aapg.org/career/training/in-person/distinguished-lecturer/abstract/Articleid/32863/marine-muddy-depositional-systems-bedforms-to-stratal-architecture-and-play-fairways

For more information on the speaker, see http://www.aapg.org/career/training/in-person/distinguished-lecturer/details/articleid/32933