Night of the Shooting Stars

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Event Details

Via Zoom

In 1995 a Comet broke apart in dramatic fashion.  Now a number of meteor scientists have confirmed what our presenter Joe Rao predicted last year: a stream of particles ejected during the comet's disruption may yield a dramatic meteor outburst at the end of May 2022.  There is a chance that we could see hundreds of meteors per hour! In this presentation Joe will explain the reasons why late of the night of May 30th, you may see more shooting stars that you have seen in your entire life! 

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Event Type(s): Celebrations / Events, Information / Lecture, Science & Mathematics
Age Group(s): Adult, New Adults 18-30, Families, Seniors
Presenter: Joe Rao, Broadcast Meteorologist and Guest Lecturer at New York's Hayden Planetarium
C. Gorden
(631) 399-1511 ext. 240

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