The Cosmic Calendar from the Big Bang to Now

Explore the fascinating calendar popularized by the late Carl Sagan that represents the passage of time since the Big Bang.


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THE COSMIC CALENDAR FROM THE BIG BANG TO NOW

Weds., Aug. 18, 7-9 pm / $29 / One Class
Instructor: Nicole Capella
Cincinnati Observatory: 3489 Observatory Place, Cincinnati

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In this class, we will virtually explore outer space, learn about how humans are made of “star stuff,” and dive into scientists’ best theories about the history of a universe that is over 13 billion years old. You’ll learn how the Universe, the Milky Way Galaxy, our Solar System, and Earth came to be using the Cosmic Calendar, popularized by the late Carl Sagan. Explore the fascinating calendar that represents the passage of time since the Big Bang.


About Your Instructor

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Nicole Capella

Nicole Capella is an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Moore University and the Outreach Educator at the Cincinnati Observatory.