Mike Engesser to Speak on James Webb Space Telescope
Join the SUNY Oneonta Physics & Astronomy Department and the Science Discovery Center for a celebration of the James Webb Space Telescope's first images!
As an official "Webb First Look Event" site, SUNY Oneonta will be hosting a fun evening of space exploration for students, staff and the general public on Friday, Sept. 30th from 6-8:30 pm. Visitors can explore interactive activities at the Science Discovery Center, view life-size print-outs of the latest JWST images, and watch the original press release of the first images.
Starting at 7 pm in Perna Science room 121, the main event will be a talk by SUNY Oneonta alumni Mike Engesser from the Space Telescope Science Institute who worked on the MIRI instrument on the James Webb space telescope.
To find out about other Webb First Look events, check out: Webbtelescope.org
SUNY Oneonta Planetarium Public Nights for Fall 2022
The Planetarium is pleased to announce our Fall 2022 public night schedule. Shows are free and open to the public, but free seat reservations are required. Our planetarium holds 28 people and demand is always high for these live star shows!
Planetarium staff will guide the audience on a tour of the night sky, and a journey deep into the cosmos, with stunning visuals from our Digistar 6 planetarium system and featuring music compositions by SUNY Oneonta Music Industry students.
All shows start promptly at 7pm. Tickets for each show become available at the beginning of the previous show (except for the first show of the semester.) Weather permitting, each show will be followed by night sky observing at our observatory facility at College Camp.
Public Nights for Fall 2022:
October 14, 28
To reserve tickets, see our Eventbrite page.