Science Under the Dome
Science Under the Dome is the planetarium's free public lecture series, offered monthly throughout the school year.
Join us Thursday November 29th, 2018 at 7pm for
Presented by Dr. Lia Corrales
Department of Astronomy, University of Michigan
Every day about 100 tons of cosmic dust rain down upon the surface of the Earth. This talk will explore the phenomenon of micrometeorites and the journey that heavy elements take from space to your flower bed.
The event is free, but seating is limited in the planetarium. Please RSVP here to reserve your seat.
Please share our fall flyer with others!
|09/13/2018||Professor Julie Lesnik, Wayne State University (Anthropology)||Human Evolution and Insects|
|10/25/2018||Professor Scott Burdick, Wayne State University (Geology)||What seismic waves tell us about the deep Earth (and how much we should trust them)|
|11/29/2018||Lia Corrales, Collegiate Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan (Physics)||Micrometeorites: the extraterrestrials in your backyard|
|12/12/2018||Todd Slisher, Director, Sloan Planetarium||Composition of the Michigan Meteorite|
The Wayne State Planetarium is dedicated to the promotion of science. We are proud to feature a series of free public lectures covering modern topics in science.