Join for an evening under the stars and learn all about the Moon! Get your chance to walk through the newest exhibit, Luminous Moon– an exhibition of high-resolution lunar images captured by NASA orbiters and from Chabot astronomers.
At 8:30pm, join for a talk by Astronomer Gerald McKeegan about lunar geography and geology, and the contributions to lunar science that came (and still come) out of the Apollo Missions.
And while you are here, be sure to view the Moon through one of the historic telescopes during free public viewing hours (weather permitting).
Snacks and hot chocolate will be available for purchase.
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Date(s) - 07/12/19
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Chabot Space and Science Center
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