Astronomy on Tap ATX #68 Special Undergraduate Edition!! — May 19, 2020

Our next event will be hosted VIRTUALLY on May 19th at 7:30 pm CST.

It’s graduation time this month and we wanted to take this time to highlight some of the amazing science being done by our undergraduate astrophysicists! Join us as we celebrate with science and beer!!!

You can watch the show live here:

We have three amazing undergraduates giving us talks this month on the science they do and some of the things they find the most interesting about space!

#AoTATX68 will be hosted by our Host Stars, Chaos Cloud (Rebecca Larson), and Deep Space Shine (Dr. Micaela Bagley)! In addition, #AoTATX68 will feature Astronomy News by Whatamerger Jr. (Jackie Champagne) and It’s a TRAPPIST (Danny Krolikowski)!

A note about helping out during this time:

In this time of uncertainty and upheaval, our hearts go out to The North Door and Pueblo Viejo staff, who are the most impacted by the lost revenue from all the event cancellations of the coming weeks. We are so lucky to have The North Door as an incredible venue for our show and as great partners in bringing astro-awesomeness to you! Please keep them in your thoughts! We are also asking our amazing audience to consider supporting The North Door and Pueblo Viejo by donating at this link, perhaps what you would normally tip your bartenders, perhaps a bar tip + the cost of a taco, anything you can contribute will mean a lot to the amazing people who make our show possible every month!

We are also working closely with Astronomy on Tap Headquarters to bring you more cool digital content in the coming weeks! We participated in an epic around-the-world live stream on April 9th with Astronomy on Tap Satellites all over the world! The link to watch the replay is here: AoTotC – on The Couch Edition

Enjoy Astronomy from your living room while you help #StopTheSpread and #FlattenTheCurve with #SocialDistancing!

We hope you are all staying safe and healthy and are diligently reciting the Star Trek intro while washing your hands.

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