[ASC-list] ASCSA presents Ancience Skies @ Adelaide Planetarium
LBailey at riaus.org.au
Wed Feb 23 05:06:21 UTC 2011
Australian Science Communicators (SA branch) present ...
Wednesday 30th of March 2011, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Mawson Lakes Campus
University of South Australia
Presenter: Paul Curnow
Do all cultures see the night sky the same way? Do Native Americans interpret the constellation of Orion the same as the Ancient Egyptians once did? How does the Australian Aboriginal view of the night sky differ from how it was seen in early Japan? Come and learn about the night sky as seen by the various cultures of our world under the dome at the Adelaide Planetarium. Learn how to identify some of the prominent constellations and hear about the stories behind the stars and the early beliefs attached to them.
Bookings essential - http://ascsaplanetarium.eventbrite.com/
Maximum number of participants: 45
For ages: 16+
$10.00 members (and for new members who join on the night; see membership details at www.asc.asn.au<http://www.asc.asn.au/>)
Payment received at the door.
(Superb value: Normal cost of entry for this activity is $30.00)
Venue: Adelaide Planetarium (upstairs), Building P, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes Campus. Mawson Lakes Boulevard, Mawson Lakes SA 5095
A map of the UniSA Mawson Lakes Campus can be found at: www.unisa.edu.au/about/campuses/mlmap.asp<http://www.unisa.edu.au/about/campuses/mlmap.asp>
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