What is CSC?
Science events sponsored by:
- ABC Libraries
- Albuquerque Balloon Museum
- National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
- Petroglyph National Monument
- TAAS-The Albuquerque Astronomical Society
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)
Managed by the NMMNHS (New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science)
Planets Aligning in the Sunset Sky
by Dr. Tony Phillips for NASA Science News
Look in the western sky near the horizon, 30-60 minutes after sunset to view alignment of Venus, Jupiter and Mercury. This triple conjunction is fairly rare and won't happen again until October 2015. View the new ScienceCast video to learn more.
Saturday, 5/25, 7 p.m.
@ Regener Hall, UNM
This month's General Meeting features Steve Elardom, UNM graduate student. Steve will talk about Martian Meteorites. The public is invited and encouraged to attend! For more information visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dig into Science!
-and be part of the ABC Library’s Summer Reading Program--Dig into Reading! From June 1st to July 27th, children, teens and adults can register, read, earn prizes and attend special events. Stop by your local library to sign up! Solar telescopes will be available at the Dig into Science events. Visit the Solar Viewing page to find out where they will be.
Saturday, May 25, 2013: Martian Meteorites, 7 p.m.Regener Hall, UNM. Steve Elardo,UNM Graduate student, will speak on Martian Meterorites. Free and open to the public. For more information visit www.taas.org.
Saturday, Jun 8, 2013: Oak Flat Star Party, duskOak Flat Picnic Grounds/Juniper Loop south of Tijeras on #337. Bring your family and friends and observe the night sky. Go from scope to scope and ask questions--be curious! FREE.