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AstroNite: Physics, Astronomy, and Fun!

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Presented by UM-Flint at Murchie Science Building, Flint MI

Oct 25 2019
AstroNite: Physics, Astronomy, and Fun!

Join UM-Flint physicists for a free night of science experiments, games, and astronomy–with telescopes!

AstroNite takes place this October 25! Join physics faculty and students for a fun night of physics and astronomy activities. Here are just a few examples of what to expect:
  • Using an infrared camera
  • Building a Mars Lander [egg drop]
  • Paper airplane challenges
There’s much more in store, including the chance to enjoy some liquid nitrogen ice cream, and to explore the night sky with telescopes if the weather is clear.
When: Friday, October 25, 7-10 p.m.
Where: Murchie Science Building
Who:
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ADMISSION INFO

No RSVP is required and the event is completely free. Meet in the Murchie Science Building on UM-Flint’s campus. Parking available in Mill St. Parking Ramp.

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Email: lmcgrady@umich.edu

LOCATION

Murchie Science Building

415 E. Kearsley St., Flint, MI 48503

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