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Maui Open House on September 14

What: The First Institute for Astronomy Open House on Maui

When: Friday, September 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Where: Maikalani Advanced Technology Research Center,
     34 Ohia Ku Street in the Kulamalu Town Center, Pukalani (see map)

Why: Fun activities for all ages

Cost: Free

Parking: Free street parking. Handicapped parking available.

More info: J.D. Armstrong 573-9519, or Claudine Wales 573-9516 

Activities: Laboratory tours and demonstrations, talks, stargazing through telescopes, and “Ask a Scientist,” a chance to have your questions answered by an expert.

Schedule of Talks (subject to change):

Time
Downstairs (room 103)
Upstairs* (room 203)
6:00 - 6:20 Jeff Kuhn, "What's Really Going On at the Institute for Astronomy on Maui" Joe Ritter, TBA
6:25 - 6:45 Lisa Hunter, "Akamai Program: Advancing Local Students into High Tech Careers" Jeff Kuhn, "What's Really Going On at the Institute for Astronomy on Maui
6:50 - 7:15
Break
7:15 - 7:40 Ilia Roussev, "Computer Models of Solar Eruptions" Lisa Hunter, "Akamai Program: Advancing Local Students into High Tech Careers"
7:40 - 8:00 Joe Ritter, TBA Ilia Roussev, "Computer Models of Solar Eruptions"

*Only if there is a big turnout.


Interactive Talks:
"24 hours of Sunlight: South Pole Science" and "Where's Waldo? Restoring Images"

Demonstrations:
Liquid Nitrogen
Polarization of Light
Infrared Photo Booth

 

 

 

 

 
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