12:00 - 6:00 PM: Science Workshops and planetarium shows in Science Building 36. Science demonstrations by CSM faculty; astronomy workshops by SMCAS, SLAC, and KIPAC; planetarium shows, telescopic observation of celestial bodies, and much more!
1:00 - 4:00 PM: Makerspace. The CSM Makerspace welcomes you to our free, drop-in crafting and tinkering workshops. Join us for hands-on projects and skill-sharing in electronics, crafts, media, and more! Science Building 36.
7:00 PM: Keynote Lecture. NASA’s Greatest Observatory and its Great Science!
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is the most complex and powerful astronomical space observatory ever built. It launched on Christmas Day in 2021 and has recently been commissioned in its final orbit in the Sun - Earth system. The large 6.5-meter diameter JWST primary mirror and its infrared instruments will allow it to see some of the very first luminous objects that formed in the Universe shortly after the Big Bang. Other major science themes of JWST encompass studying the assembly of galaxies, the birth of stars and planetary systems, and planetary systems and the origins of life. Speaker: Thomas Green, NASA Ames Research. Theater Building 3
8:45 PM: Reception, Theater Building 3 Lobby
9:15 - 11: 00 PM. Telescopic Observations (Jazz under the Stars). Building 36
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