Astronomy Night | October

ACES invites you to Hallam Lake this Fall to look up and learn about the night sky! Each evening starts with a 15-minute lesson covering basic astronomy concepts such as life-cycle of a star, reasons for meteor showers, what planets might be visible, or how phases of the moon work. After the mini lecture we will gather outside for the stargazing portion of the evening. Aspen High School Astronomy Club member Tyler Greene will be on-hand to guide you through the phenomena of the mountain night sky.
ACES Astronomy Nights are gatherings throughout the year to appreciate the spectacle of the night sky. Check back soon for our Winter 2019 schedule.
Please RSVP - each evening is limited to 50 people.
 
October 8, 8pm – Big Bang!
Where did our universe come from? How do we know? Come learn about the very beginning of time, and how it hsa brought us to where we are today! The night may also be filled with shooting stars radiating from the constellation Draco!

 
Aspen High School (AHS) student Tyler Greene is a promising local astronomer whose love for stars and the cosmos was ignited by the AHS Astronomy Club. Travis Moore, the AHS science teacher who started the club, has inspired many of young minds to look beyond our planet and gain a greater appreciation for our place in the Universe. Tyler loves looking at the stars and learning all there is about Astronomy - from attending numerous physics lectures and following astronomical discoveries on the web to bombarding other astronomers with questions. All that is in addition to schoolwork, girls Lacrosse, and well, just being a regular high-school kid. In Tyler’s words: “Living in a big city has always been tempting, but I could never go more than a week without peering up at a starlight sky. Aspen’s beautiful nighttime sky has captivated me since I was a child, an there is no better place than Hallam Lake to turn our eyes to the incredible reaches that lay beyond.”

Free Members
$5 Non Members
10/08/2018
Hallam Lake
8PM
Hallam Lake