Fermi and ‘Men in Black’ film-lecture series starts at Goldendale Observatory

Goldendale Observatory kicks off its monthly movie-night and lecture series Nov. 30. Real scientific topics will be discussed and questions answered prior to each film.

The 6-9 p.m. lecture opens with a question asked by physicist Enrico Fermi in 1950: “Where are all the aliens?” Learn about potential answers to the “Fermi Paradox” in the age of exoplanets, then view 1997’s “Men in Black” (98 minutes, rated PG-13 for language, suggestive humor, and sci-fi violence). Arrive on time or early; latecomers will be turned away. Telescope viewing is available during and after the movie until 9 p.m. Drinks with closeable caps are permitted. Registration is required for this free event. For details, visit www.goldendaleobser vatory.com/special-events.

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