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Two new classes: asteroids and gravity!

I (finally) just watched "Guardians of the Galaxy" the other night, and this was inevitable. For more on Grote Reber, click the image. [Credit: NRAO]

It’s not terribly relevant to today’s post, but I (finally) just watched “Guardians of the Galaxy” the other night, and this was inevitable. For more on Grote Reber, click the image. [Credit: NRAO]

I’m pleased to announce the first two CosmoAcademy classes for 2015:

with two more to be announced very soon, so stay tuned! For more on these two offerings, please click on the links or scroll down. And please help spread the word to your friends!

All our classes are small — no more than eight students — and emphasize the expertise of the teachers to give our students the best experience possible. We don’t require any particular background except curiosity about astronomy and astrophysics (and a little high school-level algebra). Continue reading ‘Two new classes: asteroids and gravity!’


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