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A Really Strange and Mysterious Star (Grand Rapids)Date:
January 10, 2018
The Sweet House
254 E. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 United States
Phone: (616) 706-2029
The universe is full of mysterious wonders, but astronomers have found one particular star that has baffled them for almost 200 years. Join Garry Beckstrom for an entertaining talk about this most mysterious of stars, and how we are finally beginning to unravel it’s strange behavior.
Meetings are open to the Public and are held in the Auditorium on the lower level. Please use the door on the south side of the building on the lower level (by parking lot).
After the meeting, join us at Vitale’s Sports Bar, 834 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI to socialize. View Map
The Auditorium is wheelchair accessible via a lift immediately inside and to the left of the lower level door.
Center for Inquiry Michigan values full participation for all attendees at all of our events, including participation from individuals with disabilities. Requests for reasonable accommodation may be made by contacting Jennifer Beahan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-706-2029 at least three days prior to the event.
Cost: FREE / Suggested Donation $5. Ways to Support CFI & Donate Online
Contact: Jennifer Beahan, email@example.com, 616-698-2342
About Gary Beckstrom
Director, Beckstrom Observatory
Garry Beckstrom is the Director of the Beckstrom Observatory, home of the largest research telescope in Michigan. He became an amateur astronomer at a young age, and has been a planetarium astronomer for close to four decades. Garry was the Director of the Delta College Planetarium, until he retired a few years ago, and he is a Past-President of both the Sunset Astronomical Society in Bay City, and the Great Lakes Planetarium Association.