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January General Meeting

Details

Online Public

Type: General Meetings

Keywords: Planetarium Meeting Bellevue

Held on: Jan 17, 2024 (Wed) at 07:00 PM to Jan 17, 2024 (Wed) at 09:00 PM

Online Location: Please sign in to see online meeting location.

Event Coordinator: Keith Krumm

Overview

The January general meeting will be at the Bellevue College Planetarium.

Guest speaker: Joel Lamb

Joel has a BS in Astronomy, Physics, and Mathematics from the University of Iowa, a MS and PhD from the University of Michigan in Astronomy and Astrophysics.  His doctoral dissertation was "Massive Star Formation in Sparse Environments".  

He has spent the last decade teaching the next generation of astronomers, first at Nassau Community College in New York and now at Bellevue College.  The topic of January's talk will come from his PhD and postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan and is entitled: "The Loneliest O Stars".

This meeting will also be available over Zoom. Please log in or email outreach@seattleastro.org for the link.

Questions? activities@seattleastro.org

More Information

Parking is $3. To buy a parking pass in advance and map of the campus, go to: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/maps-directions/parking-lots/  

 

The planetarium is on the second floor of the B building, room B244.  The closest parking lot to the planetarium is the parking garage off of Kelsey Creek Road & Tyee River Road.  Please refer to the campus map at the link provided.

 

Bellevue College campus map

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