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Science Cafe: Light & Astronomy
Event Type: Children's Programs
Date: 7/9/2013
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
Library: Orlando Public Library
Location: Library Central
Description: What makes the sky blue in the day and red at dusk? How do astronomers use regular light and colors humans can't see to study stars and planets, and take amazing photographs? What makes prisms work?
Get answers from University of Central Florida student and staff. Tracy Becker studies Saturn’s rings using data from the Cassini spacecraft, currently in orbit around Saturn. Addie Dove, Ph.D., a planetary scientist, manages the Center for Microgravity Research and Education.
This program is appropriate for adults and children in grades four and up. Join us for a new Science Café on the second Tuesday of each month! Registration recommended. Call 407.835.7323 to register.

Other: Any person requiring special accommodations to participate in any class or program due to a disability may arrange for accommodations by contacting the location at which the event is held at least seven days prior to the event.



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