About 1,230 people attended with the The Aurora: Science and Myth being the most popular topic. There were 3 shows with 215 attendees.
In the Arctic Circle, they are known as aurora borealis or the northern lights, while in the Antarctic Circle they are called aurora australis or the southern lights.
Aurora australis seen from space.
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Deep Sky Objects and Other Mysteries of the Universe (2 shows)
Infinity: Measure the Universe
Learn how far infinity is and how long is forever. 2 shows
April Fool's Show
Space exploration fun and facts - 3 shows
So many questions.
Jupiter: A Planet in a Tizzy, or a Solar System All Its Own?
School and Community Groups
Christian School and Faith Lutheran
Gastineau 3rd graders
Pre-school and kindergarten classes
Mendenhall River second graders
Glacier Valley School
The Tides: Science, Myth and Biology. Part of school district Sea Week.
About 695 attendees.
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The night sky, Solar System, the Sun, Earth and the other planets, measuring the universe, night sky, lunar and solar eclipses, moon phases, big dipper, Orion, nebulas, planetary motion, moon phases, and constellations.