EMU physics instructor Jesse Mason will deliver a guided picture our of our planetary neighborhood on Monday, October 10, from 7-9 pmat Saline District Library. A telescope-aided night sky viewing will follow the presentation, weather permitting. Adults and students ages 10 and up are invited to learn about the majesties and mysteries that abound in our solar system. Discover mountains that tower over our Everest, volcanoes that spew ice into space, whole planets that spin sideways and backward!
Jesse Mason is a native of Saline, where his passion for astronomy began. He graduated with honors from Eastern Michigan University with a double major in Physics and Music and returned to earn a Master's degree in Physics Education. Since graduation, Mason has directed the physics and astronomy labs at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills and has taught over a dozen classes at Henry Ford Community College and EMU.
Saline District Library is located at 555 N. Maple Rd. Questions? Please call the Library at 734-429-5450.