The next Queen’s Observatory Open House will be on the internationally recognized Dark Matter Day happening this Saturday November 4th at 7:00pm in Stirling Hall at Queen's University!
The event is co-hosted by the McDonald Institute, Queen's University and the Queen's Physics Department. We’ll have a fascinating talk by Professor Aaron Vincent titled ''The Dark Side of the Sun" about using the sun as a giant dark matter detector.
The presentation will be followed by various activities and demonstrations, including tours of the Queen’s Observatory, the McDonald Institute and viewing nearby and deep-sky celestial objects with our telescopes (weather permitting). Feel free to dress up, as we’ll also have candy, a costume contest, and free give-aways!
We hope to see you there! See event details: https://mcdonaldinstitute.ca/events/dark-side-of-the-sun/
Date and Time: Saturday November 4th 7pm-10pm* (rain or shine)
Location: Stirling Hall Auditorium, 64 Bader Lane, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Cost: Free! Tickets will be provided at the door. No registration or RSVP is needed
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Open Houses typically take place every third Saturday of each month (*Note the special date and location this month).
More information about the Observatory and our Open Houses and School Tours programs can be
found here: https://www.queensu.ca/observatory/
If you are interested in volunteering with the Observatory, please send us an email!