Curious about our Solar System, space junk, cosmology, and other wonders of the universe? Come to the Smithsonian's Stars Lectures, a series of presentations by Smithsonian researchers who are exploring the universe and its components through a variety of methods including telescopes, satellites, and theoretical models.
Smithsonian's Stars lectures are suitable for ages 13 and up.
Activities and Lecture Times:
5:15 pm Lecture and Q&A
6:30 pm Astronomical Observing
Tracing the Structure of the Universe with Galaxy Surveys
Addressing the Biggest Questions
Presenter: Cameron McBride, Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Saturday, February 21
Albert Einstein Planetarium
Museum in Washington, DC
Admission: Free, Tickets Required