Astronomy Speaker's Night - Impact Structures in Ontario
Visit a unique historical site in Richmond Hill and experience an engaging presentation led by experts and researchers in astronomy, covering a variety of exciting astronomy topics.
After the presentation, participants will tour the observatory and see a demonstration of the 74” telescope pointed to an interesting celestial object for the visitors to view (weather-dependent).
Please wear / bring appropriate supplies for being outside.
A registered adult must accompany all registered participants under the age of 16.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the program start time in order to be signed in.
This program runs rain or shine.
Who can attend: Everyone
- Up to 14 years old: $15.69
- 15 or more years old: $17.72
Registration Link: ActiveRH
Location: David Dunlap Observatory (DDO)
Organized by: RASC, Toronto Centre
Abstract: With a background in geophysics in the form of near surface investigations, in recent years Dr Armour has been looking at various impact structures in Ontario, both known and suspected.
Here, she will talk about known structures such as Brent and Holleford, as well as some suspected structures.
She will detail how she has been using gravity, seismology, and magnetics to be able to better model the subsurface structure of these objects.
Speaker bio: Coming Soon!