Look up at the night sky and what do you see? If you’re in the Bay Area, probably a few stars, maybe a planet, and the Moon. But what if you were high up in the mountains and away from the city lights, what would you see then? Can you name that particular constellation? Or any? We know we can’t and that’s why we’ve reached out to Samuel Singer to help us. 

The stars and night sky provide mystical stories and symbols of hopes and dreams, ancient techniques of navigation and even life on Earth. The Universe might be infinitely vast and astronomers are still uncovering new information about it; they undoubtedly will be for a very long time!

Join us with astronomy educator Samuel Singer for a webinar that will explore the night sky and reveal how we are connected to the Cosmos. This webinar will be interactive and provide the audience with many opportunities to ask Sam your celestial questions. We can’t wait for you to come along with us on this journey to explore the night sky! We look forward to hosting you for this exciting and exploratory conversation.

About the Speaker

Samuel Singer, PhD, is an astronomy educator and founder and executive director of Wyoming Stargazing. He has been recognized by NASA as a volunteer Solar System Ambassador, as well as by the IGES and NASA in their Top Stars program for an astronomy lesson plan he wrote. In 2013, Samuel completed his doctorate degree in Science Education from the University of Wyoming. His dissertation research focused on spirituality in outdoor environmental education. After wrapping up his dissertation, he founded Wyoming Stargazing as a way to further his passion for helping others explore the Universe. On his time off, he enjoys meditation, backcountry skiing, yoga and long distance running. Samuel currently splits his time between Jackson, Wyoming and Boulder Creek, California where he lives with his partner Becca, their two dogs, Monte and Grover, and a newborn baby, Simone.

This event is part of POST’s community event series, which is open to the general public as well as POST donors. We hope you’ll join us! We also curate a separate series of private events for our donors. Learn how you can support POST here: openspacetrust.org/support-post

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