Star Party #2 for 2014-2015 will be this Friday from 5:30-9:30 at ACC’s Round Rock campus. We’ll be there, plus our friends from the Austin Planetarium will be there with their mobile planetarium. There’s be a talk on the discovery of Uranus and Neptune from Dr. Heath, and everyone can take in the wonders of the night sky from the observatory.
For more info, visit go.austincc.edu/starparty
Posted by jtmullin on November 18, 2014
Come party with the stars! This Friday, February 7th, ACC’s Physical Sciences Dept. will host another Star Party at the Round Rock campus! There will be lots to do – hands-on science from ACCHaoS, planetarium shows from Austin Planetarium, a public talk on Galileo and Kepler in 1609, AND viewing of the night sky from the observing deck high atop building 3000 (weather permitting!) For details, check out go.austincc.edu/starparty. See you there!
Here’s the info on the Star Party:
When: February 7, 2014, 5:30pm-9:30pm
Where: Austin Community College’s Round Rock Campus – 4400 College Park Drive, Round Rock, TX 78665. Building 2000 lobby (for hands-on science and planetarium shows); Building 3000 for public talk (room 3339) and the observation deck.
Posted by jtmullin on February 5, 2014
Posted by jtmullin on November 19, 2013
Wow – haven’t posted in a while. We’ve been busy this semester!
We had a great turnout at last Friday’s Star Party! Lots of kids and their parents, lots of sharing science going on! Here are a few really great photos – many thanks to the intrepid Karl Trappe for taking these photos. If you’d like to see more, check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ACCHaoS
Posted by jtmullin on November 12, 2013
I got the Star Party Flyers back from Duplication Services today, and mailed them out for distribution to the campuses. Since most of the graphics I design are for the web, it’s always exciting to see how a finished product looks as a hard copy. Well…most of the time it’s exciting!
If you’re on campus next week, and you spot one of of the flyers, would you let me know? I’m trying to determine the effectiveness of this method of advertising the event.
Posted by jtmullin on February 7, 2013