Astronomy For Adults – Lifelong Learning Courses at the Strasenburgh Planetarium

Greetings, fellow astrophiles!

This just in from the ASRAS (Astronomy Section of the Rochester Academy of Sciences) email list (PDF: Adult_astronomy_spring_2016_flyer_BW – click the image below for a larger view):


For all of the details (including registration links), see

From the Rochester Museum & Science Center website:

2016feb24_39ab3bf46ced9d4856c25205fb92582a_LAdult lifelong learners seeking an intellectually stimulating and provocative program blending science, the arts and history are invited to this new series of weekday afternoon programs at the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium. Not geared for children, each session lasts about an hour, divided between a rich audio-visual presentation and a tour of current stars, planets and constellations using the Planetarium’s giant star projector. Attend several sessions and you’ll be on your way to becoming an expert on the sky!

Your regular presenters are Steve Fentress, Director of the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, and Paul Krupinski, Planetarium show presenter and proprietor of the Buffalo-based Mobile Dome Planetarium.

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