Astronomy on Tap Seattle IV: June 24th at Bad Jimmy’s

Our fourth event in Seattle will be on June 24th from 7-9 pm at Ballard’s own Bad Jimmy’s.

THIS MONTH Astronomy on Tap becomes Cosmos on Tap! This will be our first installment in the Cosmos: A Personal Voyage screening series, where we will host a guided viewing of the original Cosmos series with Carl Sagan (1980) complete with plenty of beer. We will have a guest speaker introduce the episode, lead discussions and a Q&A, and give updates on discoveries that have been made since the series first aired. As always, we will have astro-trivia with delicious prizes, but this month the trivia will be decidedly Cosmos-centric.

Don’t miss our fourth event and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook  to get updates on future events!

Please RSVP on our eventbrite page.

 

Poster by Nell Byler.

AoT presents Earth & Other Worlds Trivia, Saturday May 30 at the World Science Festival Stargazing night in Brooklyn Bridge Park!

Do you know your home planet well enough to distinguish it from other potentially habitable places in the Solar System?

Join Space Cadets Emily Rice (aka DJ Carly Sagan) & Irene Pease (Brooklyn’s Friendly Neighborhood Astronomer) as they challenge NASA solar astrophysicist Dr. Alex Young to a game of “Earth or Other World?” as part of Night Lights, Big City event at the World Science Festival on Saturday, May 30!

When:
Saturday, May 30
7 – 11 pm
(we’re scheduled for 9:30 pm)

Where:
Brooklyn Bridge Park
(Directions)

Astronomy on Tap Chile #7: May 26th at The Shamrock

The theme for Santiago’s latest edition of AoT will be “Origins” – just how did all of these incredible things we see come into existence, anyhow? PhD student Luca Matra will tell us how stars are born, and ESO staff astronomer Dimitri Gadotti will explain how they become part of galaxies. Roger Wesson will then finish by talking about “The washing machine and the watchmaker”… Intriguing!

When: Tuesday 26th May, 20:30

Where: The Shamrock, Providencia

To be kept up-to-date with our goings-on in Santiago, follow us on our Facebook page!

June 1, 2015: Astronomy on Tap in New Haven, CT

The next Astronomy on Tap in New Haven, CT will take place at 8 PM in the back room of BAR on Monday June 1st! Our talk line-up for the night:

The (not-so) Turbulent Life of Planet Forming Disks Kevin Flaherty (Postdoctoral Associate – Wesleyan Astronomy Department)

Living Inside the Bubble: Magnetic Fields and Planetary Atmospheres  Wilson Cauley (Postdoctoral Associate – Wesleyan Astronomy Department)

Hubble: The Little Telescope that Could Ivelina Momcheva (Associate Research Scientist – Yale Astronomy Department)

We will also have prize giveaways and astronomy themed drinks! 21+
RSVP here

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Astronomy on Tap ATX #7: May 26 at The North Door

We’re at our new venue, The North Door, with 3 great talks:

Adventures in Hyperspace and the Physics of “Interstellar”
Prof. Quantum (aka Prof. J. Craig Wheeler) will be talking about black holes and wormholes in science (and science-fiction).

When Stars Collide!
Our “Mistress of Merch”, Dr. Double Trouble (aka Dr. Natalie Gosnell) will talk about her research on what happens when stars crash into each other.

Space Explosions in Fiction and Reality
Dr. Boom (aka Dr. Chris Lindner) will talk about all kinds of explosions astronomers see in space and how they are portrayed (sometimes accurately, sometimes not) in fiction.

Where?
The North Door, 502 Brushy St., Austin, TX 78702

When?
Tuesday May 26th, 7.30pm (trivia starts at 7pm)

As always, AoTATX is FREE and open to all ages!

AoT NYC returns to Manhattan on Thursday, May 21 at Sylvana in Harlem, 6–9 pm

Astronomy on Tap NYC is returning to Manhattan (for the first time since July 2014!) at a new venue: Silvana in Harlem. We’ll be sharing all the latest from humanity’s exploration of the Solar System, including New Horizons, Rosetta, Curiosity, Cassini, & more!

What & Who:

When:
6* – 9:00 pm
Thursday, May 21
*Note the earlier start time!

Where:
Silvana
300 W. 116th Street
(SW corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd/8th Ave)
Subways: B, C at 116th, 2,3 at 116th (0.4 mile away)

Astronomy on Tap Seattle III: May 20th at Bad Jimmy’s

Our third event in Seattle will be on May 20th from 7-9 pm and will again be hosted by Ballard’s own Bad Jimmy’s who will have ~9 beers (and plenty of astronomy) on tap.

THIS MONTH we’ll begin with beer and two new talks. The first is by University of Washington graduate student John Lurie on “Our Galaxy is a Cannibal”, and our second talk will be by Dr. Matthew Beasley, scientist at Planetary Resources, on “Resources on Asteroids: what’s there, how much, and why.” Then, we’ll play some astrotrivia with (tasty) prizes. Weather permitting, there will also be night sky tours!

Don’t miss our third event, and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get updates on future events!

Please RSVP on our eventbrite page.

 

Poster by Nell Byler.