Live Webcast: July 28 | 4pm EDT / 2pm MDT

Summer is the finest part of the year for stargazing because it offers warm nights and the beauty of the Milky Way running straight overhead. The constellations we see have been passed down to us across generations with patterns that reflect different stories from around the world.

As part of STAR Net's Sky Stories campaign, the American Museum of Natural History’s own Carter Emmart will show you how to identify the constellations and introduce you to a few of these stories while exploring some of the science behind the familiar patterns in the sky.

During the live webcast, library patrons will be able to interact with American Museum of Natural History scientist, Dr. Jackie Fahrety, by asking questions (using the chat feature) that relate to constellations.

This live OpenSpace webcast is brought to you by the STAR Library Network’s NASA@ My Library program in partnership with the Lunar and Planetary Institute , the American Library Association, and the American Museum of Natural History.

Click here to go to the live webcast

Date: 
July 28, 2020 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

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