Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek (2009)

Astronomy on Tap ATX Presents Star Trek (2009): October 11th 2016

Astronomy on Tap ATX presents Star Trek (2009) at the Alamo Drafthouse

Following our highly successful screenings of Contact and Star Trek Beyond, we’re taking over the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar again for a screening of the movie STAR TREK (2009) at 7:45pm on Tuesday October 11. The movie will be followed by a presentation by AoTATX co-founder and former host MC High-z on the science in the movie, good and bad. We’ll also have specials from Odell Brewing Co. and plenty of time afterwards to chat with local professional astronomers.

Tickets for this one-off event cost $10.75 and are now on sale through the Alamo Drafthouse website at this link.

Under Alamo Drafthouse policy, this event is open to children aged 6 and up, and all children must be accompanied by an adult.

The Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Free parking is available in the garage next door.

7.45pm on Tuesday, October 11th 2016
(The screen will open approx. 30 minutes before the start time. Please note that Alamo Drafthouse policy prohibits late arrivals.)

Please note tickets are required for this event and are extremely limited. This one-off event is in addition to the regular, free, monthly Astronomy on Tap ATX events.

Astronomy on Tap Lansing: October 13, 2016

Another night of awesome science and delicious beer is headed your way.  This month, come on down to the Beer Grotto to learn about the extreme physics of neutrons stars and the newly discovered Earth-sized planet that’s only 4.2 light years away!  We’ll even talk about the feasibility of sending an unmanned probe to this potentially habitable planet.  It’s going to be an exciting night!  We’ll have our standard Q&A session and raffle drawings at the end of the night, so make sure you stick around for the whole event.  While you’re there, take advantage of the food and drink specials to wet your whistle and quench your appetite.

Our features speakers include MSU PhD student, Alex Deibel, from the Department of Physics and Astronomy and AoTLansing’s very own host, Dr. Devin Silvia.

See you soon!

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