Posted on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 by Cupertino_Library
For millenia, human beings have been studying the night sky. The stars have been our guide for naviatation, inspiration and just plain curiosity. We've constantly striven for better ways to view the stars more completely. And in the last sixty years, we've even taken ourselves to the stars through the building of rockets, space stations and the Hubble telescope. Clearly, human interest in the stars is, pardon the pun, universal.
If finding your way through the constellations on a summer night holds greater appeal for you than mapping the quickest way to work in daylight you won’t want to miss our next Summer of Science Program, Astronomy For Everyone. From the tiny to the vast and immense, come and be awed by the scale of our universe at the Cupertino Community Hall on Saturday, July 20th at 3 pm.
Our final Summer of Science Program, Physics and Nature with Professor Farshod Mosh, is coming up on Saturday, July 27th in the Community Hall at 3 pm.