Lick observatory summer
Music of the Spheres Concert Series. Home | About | Research | Observing | Public | Administration | Technical Facilities | TMT | Lick | Keck · Directories · Contact · Donate · Friends of Lick Observatory · News & Events · Employment · Keck SSC · UCOAC · UC Astronomy & Astrophysics · UCOP · Links · HamCam. Lick inch. Lick Observatory kicks off popular Summer Series Presley. Age: 25. Hi! I'm Stephanie, 43, size 12 with a natural 32F bust UC Santa Cruz Menu. Photo of Lick Observatory - Mount Hamilton, CA, United States by Chris M. This astronomical observatory is owned by the the University of California and located at the summit of Mount Hamilton east of San Jose. At 4, feet, Mount Hamilton offers the best views of the Bay Area. Cherry. Age: 26. *by self Lick Observatory kicks off popular Summer Series Apr 11, - Lick Observatory's summer visitors program will feature live music, evening lectures by world-renowned astronomers, and opportunities for the public to view celestial objects through two historic telescopes: the inch Great Refractor and the Anna L. Nickel inch Reflector. Tickets to the summer. During the summer, guests may purchase tickets to look through the inch Lick Refractor and the inch Nickel Reflector telescopes. Amateur astronomers will be available to operate other telescopes and give informal talks, in addition to two speakers that will give history and science lectures. Event Dates: June Zita. Age: 29. I'm an independent lady of pleasure based in Edinburgh Jun 23, - Batalha, who earned her doctorate in astrophysics from UC Santa Cruz, was the keynote scientist on the second evening of the 37 annual Summer Series at the Lick Observatory on Mt. Hamilton, a popular evening program that includes Evening with the Stars on Fridays and Music of the Spheres on. Mar 31, - For over 30 years, the summer programs at UC's Lick Observatory have drawn music lovers and astronomy buffs to the top of Mt. Hamilton for concerts, lectures, and opportunities to view the night sky through the observatory's history-making telescopes. This summer will be the 34th season of these popular.