Observatory presents 'Black Holes in Space'
Apr 22, 2013 2:40 PM | Print
"Black Holes in Space" will be one of the programs presented by the Lake Afton Public Observatory from May through August.
And there will be a special opportunity to participate in the program on Mother's Day weekend. Bring your mom or grandma 9-11 p.m. May 10 or 11, and they will get in free when accompanied by a paying child.
Visit the observatory to learn how astronomers expose the mysteries surrounding these massive gravity wells even though they cannot be directly observed.
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