I know a talk in Kalamazoo

By Phil Plait | May 27, 2009 12:00 pm

On Astronomy Day, May 30, I’ll be in Kalamazoo, Michigan to give my Bad Astronomy talk at the Kalamazoo Nature Center. It’s free, but you have to get a ticket in advance or else they’ll make you drink Vernors until you explode.

This should be fun; I love giving this talk (asteroid impacts! Clips from bad movies!), and I’ll also be giving a brief talk about objects visible that night before we go out and do some star gazing (assuming it’s clear). Directions and other info are all on the site linked above.

I hope to see some BABloggees there!

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