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Unexplained Astronomical Phenomena with Claudio Veliz

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Mar 28 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Unexplained Astronomical Phenomena with Claudio Veliz
The Learning Collaborative, Rt. 5 Dummerston
info@dummerstonconservation.com 257-0012

In this presentation we will discuss recent discoveries by the Kepler space observatory. Are these new, natural phenomena or something suggesting we may not be the only intelligent life forms in existence? Learn simple methods for finding objects using internet resources. You could participate in the search!

Sponsored by the Dummerston Conservation Commission and the Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center.


The Learning Collaborative
Route 5
East Dummerston, VT
United States
42° 55' 51.9312" N, 72° 32' 10.3452" W
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