News and Events

Star Party / Open House

All Star Party/Open House Events will take place on C.C.S.F.'s Ocean/Phelan Campus, 50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112.

 

All Star Party Events are held on the roof of Science Hall which is accessible only via a stairwell through Room 405.  As this is the only means of access, we unfortunately cannot accomodate anyone who is unable to climb a stairwell.  These telescopic events are held, Weather Permitting; it will be indicated if alternate events are scheduled.

Partial Solar Eclipse Viewing - Yes! Astronomy during the day!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

1:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Ram Plaza

Star Party Observations - Come see the Evening Sky!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Science Hall Roof (through Room 405)

Alternative Events are scheduled. Room to be Announced.

 

 

 

 

 

Lecture Series

All lectures will last for an hour and be held on CCSF's Ocean/Phelan Campus, 50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94112 unles otherwise noted.

 


Other Astronomy Events

Camping Trips and Outings

Astronomy Club of City College News

 

Past Lectures

September 9 and 11, 2013

CCSF Student Alumni from UCSC and UC Berkeley

Goldstein, Nofi, Lange, Schumacker, and Kuznetsov

March 19, 2012

Dr. Tristan Smith, UC Berkeley

"Neutrinos in Cosmology"

September 12, 2011

Dr. Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere, UC Berkeley

"From the Big Bang to Stars, Galaxies, and Balck Holes"

May 13, 2011

Dr. Samantha Edgington, City College of San Francisco

"Title"

May 6, 2011

Dr. James Gibson, City College of San Francisco

"Title"

April 29, 2011

Dr. Peter Williams will discuss

"Title"

April 22, 2011

Dr. Lancelot Kao, City College of San Francisco

"Title"

 

April 15, 2011

Dr. Orkan Umurhan, City College of San Francisco

"Title"

 

April 8, 2011

Dr. Alessando Airo-Farulla, City College of San Francisco

"Title"


March 11, 2011

Dr. Claia Bryja, City College of San Francisco

"Title"

 

November 18, 2005

Dr. Bill" Pezzaglia,

"Is E = mc² wrong or is something missing?"

 

October 12, 2005

Dr. Mark Hurwitz, Physics at Lick-Wilmerding High School

"The Puzzling Local Interstellar Medium"

 

November 21, 2002

Dr. Ben McCall, Miller Research Fellow, University of California Berkeley

"The Mystery of the Diffuse Interstellar Bands."


November 7, 2002

Dr. Gibor B Basari, Professor University of California Berkeley

"What Is A Planet?"

 

May 14, 2002

Dr. Chandra Vanajakshi, Consultant, NASA Ames Research Center

"Star Formation"


May 8, 2002

Dr. Adrienne Cool, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, SF State University

"High-Resolution X-Ray Studies of Globular Clusters with the Chandra Observatory"


December 12, 2001

Dr. Emily R. Morey-Holton, Chief Gravitational Research Branch, NASA Ames Research Center

"How Gravity Shapes Life"


November 28, 2001

Sarah Church, Assistant Professor of Physics, Stanford University

"The Afterglow of the Big Bang"


November 7, 2001

Dr. Susan Lea, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, SF State University

"Life After Death: The Story of Neutron Stars"


May 2, 2001

Jim Gibson, UC Berkeley Graduate Student

"Calibration of a Radio Telescope, and Why You Shoud Care"


April 27, 2001

Dr. Andrew Jaffe, UC Berkeley Center for Particle Astrophysics

"Thoroughly Modern Measurements of the Density and Curvature of the Universe."


March 16, 2001

Dr. Scott Severson, UC Santa Cruz Lick Observatory

"A Clearer View of the Universe: Adaptive Optics in Astronomy"


December 4, 2000

Dr. Van Dixon, UC Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory

"So Much Hot Air: Searching for Hot Gas in the Galaxy"