Friday, August 25, 2006

Constellations, their Lore and Meaning

I hope you are making plans to be with us Friday evening, September 1, for the next in our series of astronomy presentations co-sponsored by Museum Astronomical Resource Society and the Science Library at MOSI.

Our presentation will be "Constellations, their Lore and Meaning." Though harder to see above our modern cities, the stars and their groupings still grace our nighttime skies, ever ready to tell us a story, tell us the time and give us direction on a clear night. Come learn how the constellations got their names and how they can help us today.

The presentation will be held Friday, September 1, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the Saunders Planetarium at MOSI in Tampa. As always, the presentation is free and open to the public. This is the fifth of our six presentations scheduled for 2006. We hope to see you there!

Clear Skies,
Jimmy Thomas

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