Friday, February 6, 2009

Star-gazing and the next Cafe Scientifique: Passionate Pasta

Went to the Science of the Heavens edition of Cafe Scientifique! Though I was a bit late, I still did learn quite a few interesting things, and got to look at some constellations from this nifty telescope!

I'm taking a look at the moon.

Professor Ivan Culaba (who turns out to be JC's prof in college) is shown here demonstrating the use of a constellation finder (which he stayed up late the night before to cut out himself!)

You're sorry you missed this one don't you? If so, don't miss the next one. It's this coming Saturday, same time, at the Bonifacio High Street activity area just outside Krispy Kreme. To celebrate Valentine's, they're doing "Passionate Pasta with Margarita Fores". She's the same lady who gave us a taste of her cooking last November.

As usual, it's free and open to the public. Shoot them an e-mail.

3 comments:

Azrael Coladilla said...

nyahhh,....i read it late.

tnx sa info na din

G.C. PHILO said...

Hey you, stop using my name! This is a challenge. First of all, how can you look at the moon if you're looking down. Everyone knows the moon is up, not down. Moron.

The gauntlet has been thrown...

katcarneo said...

Awww....I'm sad to have missed this!