The Science of the Heavens – what’s really up there

Wherever we go, whatever we do, there’s a lot hanging over our heads. And we certainly can’t run or hide from them. Understanding them opens us up to new worlds of wonder.

What does it take to make a cloud? Perhaps you’ve wondered if rainbows are visions, or only illusions, but have you given much thought to what shape rainbows really are? What is the real color of the sky and the sea? Do stars really twinkle?

Fly high to the heavens with Cafe Scientifique at Hobbes and Landes, Bonifacio High Street on Saturday, 31 January 2009, 4:00 – 6:00 pm.

Physicist Ivan Culaba will lead us on a discovery of what exactly goes on up there, and how we can recreate them down here, through simple and fun experiments in atmospheric physics.
Get ready for an unforgettable afternoon of interactive demonstrations for the whole family!

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