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The Center of the Milky Way Presentation

Moorpark College Forum 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark , CA

The Center of the Milky Way At the Moorpark College Forum Friday, November 15th 2019 from 7:15 to 9:00 pm Dr Anna Ciurlo of UCLA will unravel the mysteries of Black Hole at the center of our galaxy and how it affects life on Earth. Admission and Parking are Free to all. A $2 donation Read more

From The Big Bang to the Empty Sky

Moorpark College Forum 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark , CA

Friday, January 19th, 2018 7:15 to 9 pm At the Moorpark College Forum - 7075 Campus Rd, Moorpark, CA 93021 Dr. Simon Birrer, professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics at UCLA, will discuss the current models of the formation and final end of our universe:  will it implode into another big bang or will it fizzle Read more

Farewell to the Cassini Spacecraft after 20 years of Faithful Service

Moorpark College Forum 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark , CA

A Fond Farewell to the Cassini Spacecraft after 20 years of Faithful Service. Ventura County Astronomical Society hosts Trina Ray of JPL Friday, August 18th at the Moorpark College Forum 7:15 pm. The Cassini spacecraft launched in 1997. In 2004 it began orbiting Saturn and transmitting stunning pictures and mind-blowing science from our Ringed Planet. Read more

“Star Stuff”

Moorpark College Forum 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark , CA

Star Stuff:" The Elements that make up the Universe and Us Friday June 17th, Moorpark College Forum, 7:15 pm - A Free Talk by Dr Jeff Rich Dr. Jeff Rich of the Carnegie Observatories will talk about "Star Stuff:" the elements that make up the universe and how they're connected to us, Friday, June 17th @ 7:15 Read more

Moorpark College Forum – Astrophysicist Dr Josh Simon of JPL

Moorpark College Forum 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark , CA

Fri, Mar 18, 7:15 PM - 9:00 PM 7075 Campus Park Road, Moorpark, CA 93021 A Free Event Sponsored by the Ventura County Astronomical Society Moorpark College Forum Dr Simon will provide an introduction to nearby galaxies, including our own Milky Way, and then focus on the mysterious substance called dark matter that makes up Read more

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