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Museums, Libraries & Families-- Bringing fun-filled family science events to the community!
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2014 URL: http://abclibrary.org/csc Print Guide Email Alerts

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What is CSC?

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The mission of Community Science Connections is to develop and expand community partnerships, engage families in hands-on science and introduce them to community resources through events at libraries and science education institutions throughout Albuquerque and greater New Mexico.

Programs were originally funded by IMLS (Institute of Museum & Library Services)

 

News

NASA Spotted A Square Hole On The Round Sun

By: Erin Ruberry

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There appears to be a square hole in the sun -- but why?

Video released byNASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows a "coronal hole" on the sun.According to NASA

X-flare! Most intense flare of 2014 so far  by  Deborah Byrd. Read more 

 

Upcoming Events

Saturday, 7/12, 7 p.m
Science and Math Learning Center, UNM
   NEW Location: The Science and Math Learning Center is located two buildings north of Regener Hall. On the UNM map, it has the number 14 (Regener's is 35).

TAAS General Meeting

Join us for the July meeting and find out, as TAAS members David Frizzell and Shane Ramotowski recount their starry night tales and experiences from the Texas Star Party in early June.

Find out what it is like to observe with 450 like- minded amateurs from around the globe in the wilds of the Davis Mountains on a working ranch. The Texas Star Party is one of the largest star parties in the USA, held annually near Fort Davis, Texas in some of the darkest skies in the nation.

As a further recreation of the TSP event, Becky Ramotowski, Master Observer and link with the Astronomical League , will give her account of "Channeling Galileo" and creating modern- day lunar "sketches", as she presented at the star party. FREE and open to the public.

 

 

Where to safely view the Sun!

 

Star Gazing

 

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