Astronomy for Adults at Dyer Observatory
6/4/2013, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Open to the Public
Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory's new continuing education series, Astronomy for Adults, is now accepting registrations. The series will cover a wide range of astronomy topics and each course will include a mix of discussions, experiments using observatory equipment and observations through the Seyfert Telescope. The series will be taught by Dyer Observatory's resident astronomer, Billy Teets.
Courses will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month, beginning March 5 and running through Nov. 5. Please note that class will not be held in May or July. The cost for each session is $150. A box supper is included. Each course stands alone, so attendees may tailor the series to their interests and schedule. To register, please email email@example.com.
March – “Cliff’s Notes for the Universe”
April – “Taking a Measure of Things”
June – “The Lives of Stars”
August – “Illuminating our Understanding of the Universe”
September – “Astronomy that EVERYONE Should Know”
October – “That Thing is How Far?!”
November – “The Tools of the Astronomical Trade”