Nov 27: Black Holes on Black Friday! 8PM

After a day of shopping and huge crowds, head up to the peaceful surroundings of Kopernik and enjoy a program on the universal harbinger of death: Black Holes. See a hands-on demonstration of how black holes work. If clear, see the Orion Nebula, various star clusters, double stars and deep-sky objects.

Winter Public programs begin Friday, December 4!

. Click for a printable schedule   Friday, December 4: Comets: Tales, Tails & Origins – David Jenkins, Binghamton University                                    7 p.m.    Ever wonder what comets are made of and why these vagabonds of the solar system develop tails? This talk will give an overview of the orbits, physical features, and development of comets Read More …

KoperniKids – Next class Saturday, Dec. 12

KoperniKids is a kid-friendly approach to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) exploration designed especially for children ages 3-6. Each session offers fun, hands-on learning with different activities, experiments, and songs! See below for more information and a registration form.  Online Registration Registration Form