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What is the most volcanic place in the solar system? What causes brief flashes of radio light across the universe, and how do we observe it here in Owens Valley? Join us on Wednesday, June 22 at 7:30 p.m. for an evening of astronomy as we discuss these topics and more during our next Live Astronomy in the Eastern Sierra! We’ll have two lectures of about 15 minutes, Q&A, then follow with interactive, astronomical pub trivia and guided stargazing at our in person Astro on Tap in Bishop, CA.

7:30 p.m. – New astronomical discoveries from Owens Valley
8:00 p.m. – The Volcanic Wonderland of the Solar System
8:30 p.m. – Astro-themed quiz

About the series

Astronomy at the rendezvous is a national phenomenon where professional astronomers give informal science talks in local bars with pub anecdotes and interactions with the public. Caltech scientists organize the Los Angeles Astronomy Chapter on tap one Monday per month. We occasionally host events in Bishop, CA, Mountain Rambler Brewery.

Each event consists of two informal scientific lectures of approximately 15 minutes given by researchers in astronomy, physics and space sciences, followed by questions and answers. The second half of the night is dedicated to astronomy-themed trivia with plenty of interaction with the audience. For more information and recordings of past events, please see the Caltech Astro Outreach website and the Caltech Astro YouTube Page.

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