Playing Cosmic Detective To Find Black Holes - And More!

Astronomy On Tap - Lansing Presents

Playing Cosmic Detective To Find Black Holes - And More!

Wed, August 14, 2019

7:00 pm


Join us in August for drinks, science, and fun times! We'll have one talk about the direct and indirect evidence of black holes from Elias Kammoun who will be making the trip up from Ann Arbor to join us for the evening. Our second talk will come from MSU NSF Fellow, Dr. Abbie Stevens, who will walk us through our current understanding of exoplanets! And, as is our way, there will be trivia questions and raffle prizes -- be there for your chance to win!

As always, this is a FREE event. Doors open at 7:00pm and the event will kick off around 7:30pm. If you'll be showing up hungry, feel free to bring something along or grab a slice from Good Slice Pizza Co. next to Taps 25.

If you need elevator access, ask the staff inside Tap 25 for assistance.

See you soon!

Astronomy On Tap
Astronomy On Tap
Astronomy is even better with beer! Scientists, educators, writers, artists & more reveal how they explore the universe at a bar near you! Each FREE event features accessible, engaging science presentations on topics ranging from planets to black holes to the beginning of the Universe. Presenters are from local research and educational institutions like Michigan State University. We have games and prizes to test your new-found knowledge! There is always lots of time to ask questions and interact with the presenters and other scientists who tag along for the beer.

Local Organizer: Devin Silvia

"Astronomy On Tap - Lansing" is local Michigan spin-off of the original astronomy on tap ( , or on twitter&instagram as @AstronomyOnTap & #AstroOnTap). The original event was created by Meg Schwamb (@megschwamb), organized by Emily Rice (@emilylurice), in NYC and Demitri Muna (@demitrimuna) in Columbus, OH.
Venue Information:
The Loft.
414 E. Michigan Avenue
Lansing, MI, 48933