Join astronomy teacher (and Somerville resident!) Alex Trunnell at the Central Library for a 90 minute program including a presentation and (weather depending) an observing session where we will have the opportunity to view the wonders of the autumn night sky!
This program is open to all ages, but the information will be best geared for school-age kids through adults. We'll begin the evening with a presentation and STEAM activity on constellations, and then head outside in hopes of viewing Jupiter, Saturn, and more through a 9.25” telescope!
Please be sure to include your contact info in case of changes with this event due to weather.
Questions? Contact Kerry: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Presenter:
Alex has been teaching about space for almost a decade in schools, museums, and observatories. Her astronomical research is in exoplanet detection, and she has used big telescopes with both Vassar College and MIT to hunt for extraterrestrial life. She is currently a Math, Science, and Technology teacher at Meridian Academy in JP.
This event has been funded by the Friends of the Somerville Public Library, thanks Friends!