Black Holes at the URI Planetarium!

University of Rhode Island Planetarium
Upper College Road
Kingston, RI
Friday, January 17th
6:00 and 7:00 P.M.

Black Holes are one of the most amazing objects in our sky. Much has been written about them, but they still remain one of the most questioned topics in astronomy. What are they? Where do they come from? Should we be worried about them coming to Earth? The University of Rhode Island, in cooperation with the Denver Science Center, will present Black Holes, Friday, January 17th, at 6:00 and 7:00 P.M. In addition, a short program on Light Pollution will be shown, then The Skies of Frosty Drew, a live introduction to the night sky.

Admission is only $5.00, to benefit both the University of Rhode Island and Frosty Drew memorial funds.

The University of Rhode Island Planetarium is located on Upper College Road, on the Kingston campus, across from the Art Center.

The University of Rhode Island Planetarium is available for programming for schools and other organizations. For more information, please contact Francine Jackson at 401-527-5558.