The Young Astronomers Club Meeting
Saturday, June 8, 2013
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The Young Astronomers Club is presented by the Carmel Clay Public Library and the Link Observatory and Space Science Center and is focused on educational enhancement in Astronomy and Space Science. The club meetings are great fun as the members explore the cosmos from the computer. The Young Astronomers Club at Carmel Clay Public Library will be held monthly on the first Saturday of each month. Clubs are held in the Computer Training Room on the second floor of the library. Each club meeting is fun for young adults and focuses on astronomy and space science using computer based programs from NASA, JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Zooniverse (a Yale University project), and custom developed programming from the Link Observatory and Space Science Center. As club members advance, they will be performing actual scientific research using the historic Link Observatory in Martinsville, IN. The experience of a lifetime awaits. Discover space with the Young Astronomers Club! Register today! Club activities include searching for alien planets, exploring the surface of the moon, classifying galaxies, studying explosions on the sun, and researching the weather on Mars. In order to join the club, you must be 10-16 years of age during the 2013 calendar year. You must register by calling (317) 814-3983 or in person at the Carmel Clay Public Library Young Adult Desk. Registration is free, but space is limited. Sign-up will be held on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on the Young Astronomers Club, please visit www.linkobservatory.org.