Astronomy on Tap ATX #26: Dec 20 @The North Door

***The entrance will be back at The North Door, and a second bar will open starting from 6 pm! Look around for Space Cadets and The North Door staff when you arrive.***

In December, we present three awesome talks:

Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse! (And exploding stars)
Betelgeuse and exploding stars (Champagne Supernova aka. Sarafina Nance)

The Biggest Black Holes in the Universe
The most massive black holes ever existed in the universe (All About Nothing aka. Prof. Karl Gebhardt)

Making Our Way through the Multiverse
A trip to the multiverse, and what does that mean (AstroBoz aka. Dr. Brandon Bozek)

AoTATX#26 will be hosted by our Host Binary Stars, Chaos Cloud (Rebecca Larson) and AstroBoz (Brandon Bozek)! In addition, AoTATX#26 will feature Astronomy in the News, trivia, and some brand new giveaways. Local artists will also have astronomy related art on display and the 5th Dimension Books community book store will be parked outside. Finally, our own Star Party Queen (Lara Eakins) will have telescopes on hand to look for exciting objects in the night sky (weather permitting)! Join us for a night full of astronomy fun over pints of beer!

Where?
The North Door (501 Brushy St, Austin, TX 78702, Entrance at the back)

When?
Tuesday, December 20, 7.30pm (trivia starts at 7pm, bar opens at 6 pm!)

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

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AoT-Tucson #31: The Physics of Space Battles!

This month, #SpaceDrafts (Tucson’s local flavor of Astronomy on Tap), join your hosts + a panel of astrophysicists doing the panel that filled up rooms at Tucson Comic Con and the Tucson Science Fiction Convention (DESPITE George R. R. Martin trying to kill us!)

The Physics of Space Battles


Join your favorite snarky astrophysicists as we discuss starfighters, space lasers, giant explosions, faster than light travel and much more!

Learn about what’s pretty but totally fake, what’s real, and what’s stranger than fiction! It’s interactive! Yell your questions out during the talk – it’s like MST3k live only with beer, hot dogs and puppies!

 

Dec 21st, 7pm, at the Borderlands Brewing Company (119 E. Toole Ave, Tucson AZ)
Click to RSVP on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/1309402985771422) to help us for logistics! Come hungry!

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The Physics of Space Battles, Astronomy on Tap – Tucson, Dec 21st, 7pm, Borderlands Brewing Co.

 

Where?
The Borderlands Brewing Company (119 E. Toole Ave., Tucson)

 


When?

Wednesday, December 21st, 7.00pm
(no stargazing – the UA astronomy club will be on winter break)


RSVP?

Please! Thank you!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1309402985771422



As always, Space Drafts is FREE and open to all ages! Bring your four-legged friends too!

AoT New York City, December 22 at the Way Station

Astronomy on Tap NYC continues at the Way Station on December 22nd! We’re celebrating the new year, another completed orbit of the Sun, with an orbitacular extravaganza! Join us for One More Orbit, and learn about all things orbital: spacecraft, planets, stars, and galaxies!  More info and RSVP on our Facebook page.  Game starts at 7:30pm, presentations at 8pm. FREE!

Astronomy on Tap Los Angeles #9: December 12, 2016

Join us at 7:30PM, Monday, December 12th at Der Wolfskopf Pub in Pasadena, CA.  At this event, we’ll learn all about galaxies with talks by Ivanna Escala: “Dangerous Galaxies: Strangulation and Cannibalism” and Dr. Jordan Mirocha: “Finding the First Galaxies in the Universe”.  In addition, we will host an astronomically-themed quiz with great space-related prizes for our winners.  Come with your science questions, as there will be many world-renowned astronomers to mingle with between talks!  In addition, Der Wolfskopf features a special Astronomy on Tap Happy Hour for discount prices on beer and food throughout our event.

The event is free and open to all ages 21+.  Doors open at 4:00PM.  For more information about our events and affiliated lecture+stargazing series, see our website.