News & Events
Day of Community introduces new students to local community
Colombian peace accord implementation progressing steadily amid continuing concerns, report finds
Three Notre Dame students awarded Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarships to study abroad
Training the next generation of leaders in low-energy nuclear physics
- Domer doctors work with Russia, North Korea to prevent nuclear war Tuesday, August 14
- Seeing homelessness moved her to make a difference Monday, August 06
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More Summertime Stargazing!
Part of Our Universe Revealed (Physics for Everyone).
Following the huge demand shown for our Summertime Stargazing event, join us again as we look to the skies to see the planets, stars and nebulae in the night sky. Whether it’s telescopes on the lawn, looking through a fleet or roof-top telescopes at the observatory, or hearing more about astronomy, explore the heavens above us! Free tickets required for viewing through the 32″ Sarah L. Krizmanich Telescope (see link for availability), but tickets are not required for viewing through others or for attending the event.
Friday, Aug. 17; 9:30 p.m. to midnight at the Jordan Hall of Science