NASA Saturdays at Dooley Planetarium
Deep Space Objects
Main Activity: Deep Space Objects
Date: November 19, 2016
Audience: Adults and Families
Time: 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Location: Dooley Planetarium at Francis Marion University
All children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Children may participate in the workshop beginning at the age of five (5). Adults and teenagers 16 years of age or older are also welcomed and encouraged to attend. Interested parties must register all participants during the registration process. There is a limit of six (6) participants per family.
The Deep Space Objects NASA Saturday program will introduce families to the various objects discovered beyond our solar system including extrasolar planets, clusters, supernova remnants, nebulae, and galaxies. NASA Missions designed to observe and study these objects will be the focus of the presentation. Hands-on activities will include identifying galaxies.
**Due to the nature of our activities, anyone arriving 10 minutes or more after the session start time will not be able to participate in the planetarium portion of the program.**
PLEASE NOTE YOUR SPACE WILL BE CONFIRMED VIA A CONFIRMATION EMAIL SENT AFTER REGISTRATION CLOSES. THIS EMAIL SHOULD COME FROM RETHA@SCIENCESOUTH.ORG. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED AN EMAIL FROM THIS ADDRESS, THEN KNOW THAT YOUR REGISTRATION HAS NOT BEEN CONFIRMED.
WHILE PARTICIPANTS MAY BRING ELECTRONIC DEVICES, THEY ARE NOT TO BE USED DURING THE COURSE OF THE WORKSHOP AS IT’S A DISTRACTION TO OTHER PARTICIPANTS AND DISCOURTEOUS TO PRESENTERS. YOUR COOPERATION IN THIS MATTER WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
PARENTS PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOURSELF AS ONE OF THE ATTENDEES BY FILLING OUT ALL THE ATTENDEE INFORMATION AND INCLUDING YOURSELF IN THE TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS.
The material contained in this webpage is based upon work supported by NASA under grant award No. NNX14AD05G. Any opinions, findings, and other conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.