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Dr. John Belz Kicks Off Clark Planetarium's Night School Lecture Series

From the Clark Planetarium's website.

Dr. John Belz
June 21, 2012
Clark Planetarium

Beginning in June, join the Clark Planetarium for their new open format lecture series, Night School. Topics range across a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines and the open format encourages group discussion and exploration.

Dr. John Belz, will launch the Night School series on Thursday, June 21st from 7pm – 8pm, with his talk, “Two Through Your Head Every Second – Cosmic Rays”. High energy cosmic rays are important to our understanding of the universe, and John Belz uncovers what cosmic rays are, their origin, and how they are detected.

Night School sessions are hosted in the Hansen Dome Theater, and are followed by light refreshments in the Third Floor Exhibits area. Admission is $2. Members are free.

More information available here.

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