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Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing & Lecture

Exploring the Galaxy's 25 Billion Planets - Lecture by Professor Paul Robertson, Assistant Professor, UCI Department of Physics and Astronomy, 5-6pm.

Following the lecture, view the Moon, Mars and the Orion Nebula with our portable telescopes setup in the courtyard in front of the Multi-Purpose Science and Technology Building. The eclipse lasts from 6:36 to 11:48 pm, and the moon will turn blood red during the height of the eclipse.

Buy a T-shirt or a delicious dinner from food trucks, "Falasaphy" and "Piaggio's Gormet on Wheels", and financially support the Astronomy Outreach Program and the Astronomy Club at UCI.

Sunday, January 20 at 5:00pm to 10:30pm

Physical Sciences Lecture Hall, 411
PSLH, Irvine, CA 92697

Event Type

Special Events, Lectures / Presentations

Audience

Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Staff, Students

Website

https://www.physics.uci.edu/node/13542

Cost

Free, donation of $10 per person suggested; RSVP requested.

Department
Physical Sciences
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#ucitoday

Event Sponsor

Department of Physics and Astronomy

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