Did you know stars are at their brightest during the winter months? Come to Hallam Lake to learn about the winter night sky.
ACES Astronomy nights are monthly gatherings on Mondays throughout the year.
Each evening starts inside with a 15-minute lesson on basic astronomy, followed by stargazing outside. Aspen High School (AHS) Astronomy Club member Ricky Woycik will be on-hand to guide you through the phenomena of the mountain night sky.
January 22 – 7:00 pm: Star Formation
What is a star anyway? Have a look beyond the twinkling lights in our night sky and learn what makes a star a star! We will answer questions like what are stars, how far away are the, how big are they, and what are they made of? Come join us to learn the basics of star formation.
Cost: Complimentary for members; $5 for non-members
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Hallam Lake