Heaven w/ Side Of Pink Floyd
It may be cold, but it’s also the best time of the year for watching the heavens. The crisp cool air is clear and the longer nights are ideal for scanning the universe. Tonight, December 4th, at 7pm, you can attend This Month’s Sky: December at The University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium, located in the basement of the Physical Science building.
If you can brave the cold, December offers the longest nights of the year for star-gazing. Tonight, we will introduce you to the most famous of the sky’s wintertime gems: how to find them and what they are. After that, stick around at 8:10pm for Laser Light: Best of Pink Floyd
December 5th (Saturday)
11am Constellations for Beginners
Constellations for Beginners is an introduction to the tales told by the ancient Greeks that created our favorite constellations. Join us for an interactive star-walk through the night sky and the stories and tales that piece it together. Then after the show, create your own constellation and write its origin story in order to get a stellar prize!
The University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium is located in the basement of the Physical Science building in Laramie. Enter the Physical Science building at the SW entrance, go down the stairs and follow the signs pointing to the planetarium.
University of Wyoming map: http://www.uwyo.edu/uw/tour/_files/docs/uw-laramie-campus.pdf
Physical Science is located at D 10 in the above map.