Go Stargazing At Home With Virtual Activities From Lowell Observatory In Arizona
We all look up at the same night sky to admire the cosmos – an activity that Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff holds near and dear to its heart. During this time of social distancing, the staff has put together a virtual astronomy program that features coffee chats and interviews with experts, special coverage of celestial events, and even educational activities for kids. You can catch all the fun on Lowell Observatory’s YouTube channel.
Visit Lowell Observatory’s website or Facebook page to learn more. All of the videos appear on the observatory’s YouTube channel, so be sure to check out past streams and prepare to watch the next ones live!
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