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Public Night at Wellesley College's Whitin Observatory
Featuring "Eight Years of Roving Mars" a talk by Professor Wes Watters
About once a month during the academic year, Wellesley students and faculty open the Whitin Observatory to members of the public. Visitors will be able to take a tour, listen to talks, and (when clear) look through the 6-inch and 12-inch telescopes.
Public nights are free and will be held regardless of weather conditions. No reservations are required. Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
“Public Nights” in the Spring will include:
- Fri. Feb. 3, 2012: Professor Kim McLeod, “Observing Other Solar Systems”
- Sat. Mar. 3, 2012: Professor Wendy Bauer, “Wellesley's Meteorites”
- Fri. Mar. 30, 2012: Professor Dick French, “Spectacular Saturn”
- Sat. Apr. 28, 2012: Professor Wes Watters, “Eight Years of Roving Mars”
All Public Nights run from 8-10 PM, no early arrivals please!
|Where||Wellesley College 106 Central St, Wellesley, MA 02482|
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|Time||8:00 pm–10:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Everyone, Families|
More About Wellesley College
Founded in 1875, Wellesley College is a liberal arts education for women who will make a difference in the world. Located just outside of Boston, Wellesley boasts a 500-acre campus and is home to 2,300 undergraduate students from all 50 states and 68 countries. For more information about the school's programs of study, visit the Wellesley College website.
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