Dr. Phil Plait
Dr. Phil Plait
Join one of the country’s most famous Astronomers and learn all about the upcoming Total Solar Eclipse!
Dr. Phil Plait, known as the ‘Bad Astronomer’ online because of his penchant for calling out misinformation, will be visiting Cincinnati on February 25 to give a talk on the upcoming Total Solar Eclipse! Each attendee will receive two pairs of eclipse glasses and a visitor's pass to the Observatory with their ticket purchase. The talk will take place at Clark Montessori to accommodate a larger crowd.
Dr. Plait earned his doctorate in astronomy at the University of Virginia, and worked on the Hubble Space Telescope as a NASA contractor at the Goddard Space Flight Center. He is the author of the books ‘Bad Astronomy’ and ‘Death From The Skies’, and writes the thrice-weekly ‘Bad Astronomy’ newsletter that keeps subscribers apprised of the latest sky news. He was the head science writer for “Bill Nye Saves the World” on Netflix in 2017.
Get your tickets today for Dr. Plait’s talk as seating is limited. Kids and adults welcome for this exciting opportunity, which will include a book signing after Dr. Plait’s talk.
Tickets: $20/adult, $10/child, $5 each additional child to join - includes 2 pairs of eclipse glasses and a visitor pass to the Observatory for each attendee. - This event is now SOLD OUT for pre-registration. We will be accepting a limited number of walk up registrations the day of. Thank you!
Please note: Event location is Clark Montessori Cafeteria.