AstroFashion with STARtorialist at the Way Station in Brooklyn, August 13 at 7 pm

You might have noticed that DJ Carly Sagan has a thing for AstroFashion, and at this very special event she’ll be sharing the source of her style: STARtorialist! Join us as we explore the AstroFashion universe and feature the work of astronomy-inspired designers.

What & Who:

When:
7 – 9:30 pm
Thursday, August 13

Where:
Way Station

683 Washington Ave (between St. Marks & Prospect)
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Astronomy on Tap Seattle VI: August 26th at Bad Jimmy’s

Our sixth event in Seattle will be on August 26th from 7-9 pm at Ballard’s own Bad Jimmy’s.  To celebrate our sixth-month anniversary Bad Jimmy’s will be brewing a special beer for all the astro-enthusiasts out there! By popular vote, the beer has been dubbed “The Big Sipper.”

THIS MONTH Astronomy on Tap becomes Cosmos on Tap! This will be our second 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 sixth-month anniversary event and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook  to get updates on future events!

Don’t forget to RSVP on our eventbrite page!

 

Poster by Nell Byler.

Cosmos episode 8: Sisters of the Sun, 9:30 pm on Thursday, July 30 at Videology

Join us at Videology in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for Episode 8: Sisters of the Sun! RSVP here.

Of course you devoured COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey: last spring, but we guarantee you’ve never seen it like this before! On Thursday, July 30th, interact with the cosmos live with the lovable, irreverent scientists & educators from Astronomy on Tap. Never content to let Neil Tyson have all the glory, we’ll share what we would have done differently, reveal behind-the-scenes secrets, and generally celebrate the fleeting appearance of real science on network TV. We’ll have music, games, very special prizes, and astro-tainment radiated by DJ Carly Sagan, MC Tycho Brew-Ha-Ha, and Brooklyn’s Friendly Neighborhood Astronomer!

This Month’s Episode: Sisters of the Sun

This Month’s Guest: Dr. Ashley Pagnotta, a Kathryn W. Davis Postdoctoral Fellow studying observational astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History.

RSVP here. Seating is limited so arrive early!

 When:
9:30 – 11 pm
Thursday, July 30

Where:
Videology

308 Bedford Ave (Williamsburg)
Brooklyn, NY 11249

Subway: L train to Bedford Ave. or JMZ to Marcy Ave.

“Star Women” image by Pacalin, available for purchase!

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Astronomy on Tap ATX #9: July 28 at The North Door

We’re at The North Door again on a special day of the month, with 3 awesomesauce science talks:

Searching for the Most Distant Galaxies
Notorious L.A.E. (aka Dr. Steven Finkelstein) will talk about finding the most distant galaxies and how it feels to win (then lose) the record for most distant galaxy.

SOFIA: Observing From a Boeing 747
Silver SFR (aka Dr. Keely Finkelstein) will talk about doing astronomy out the side of a Boeing 747. A.

Pulsars, Neutron Stars, and Black Holes: Oh My!
Baroness von Binary (aka Dr. Amanda Bayless) will tell us all about her work on pulsars, neutron stars, and black holes.

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

When?
Tuesday July 28th, 7.30pm (trivia starts at 7pm)

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

Astronomy on Tap Seattle V: July 22nd at Bad Jimmy’s

Our fifth event in Seattle will be on July 22nd 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 Rodrigo Luger on searching for alien Earths, and our second talk will be by  James Davenport, a soon-to-be PhD graduate from the University of Washington, on “How Stars Keep Active as They Age.” Then, we’ll play some astrotrivia with (tasty) prizes.

Don’t miss our fifth 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.

Astronomy on Tap Seattle Presents Pluto-Palooza: July 15th at Bad Jimmy’s

On July 15th from 7-8 pm Astronomy on Tap Seattle will present a special event: Pluto-Palooza at Ballard’s Bad Jimmy’s.

THIS MONTH we’ll be holding a special Astronomy on Tap meeting on July 15th to celebrate NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto, which arrives on July 14th. Hear about the history of Pluto and see the most up-to-the-second images returned from the Pluto system including its many moons Charon, Styx, Hydra and Kerberos (and any others discovered in the coming days)! Celebrate humanity’s first visit to Pluto with plenty of beer and live Q&A with astronomers.

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

Please RSVP on our eventbrite page.