NNJ Young Mensa at Montclair
Mars is pocked with more than 300,000 craters, created by asteroid impacts. The moon is blanketed with millions more, too many to count. But the surface of Earth, constantly eroded by wind and rain, hides its history. Just 128 confirmed impact craters have been spotted on Earth's surface.
October 18, 2018
June 26, 2015 -- Michael Korn
We really had great weather for star gazing last night (Oct 18). Thank you Nature!
The view of the moon's craters was brilliant.
In physics class on Sunday we.re going to discuss energetic charged particles and in particular x-ray astronomy (going to Skype with a grad student during class who is studying observational x-ray astronomy in Denmark). -- Michael Korn
Photographs by Jessica Ochs and Jennifer Ferrara.
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Giuliana 8, and Miller 9
Anthony, Matthew, and Matthew's little sister
Photograph from Galileo's Classroom website.
Click here for archived invitation to 10/18/18 event.
Click here for archived slide show from 09/27/18 event.
Click here for archived invitation to 09/27/18 event.
Click here for Michael Korn's Galileo's Classroom
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