Learn About UFOs – Understanding Flying Objects At Kopernik
Do you believe in UFOs? It's kind of a tricky question. Unidentified Flying Objects mean anything flying around that can not be identified as the title states, not necessarily a craft from another planet. So, if you see an object in the sky, but can't make out what it is, does that make it an Unidentified Flying Object? I suppose it would for you.
But that being said, I do believe there is some sort of intelligent life on other planets in the universe, but I'm not sure I want to see any of them coming to visit our planet. Who knows if these otherworldly begins would be friendly or otherwise. I imagine it will happen one day unless we make contact with intelligent life on a distant planet first.
And speaking of UFOs, the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center is holding a UFO Workshop, not about Unidentified Flying Objects, but rather Understanding Flying Objects, on October 2nd from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 698 Underwood Road in Vestal for students from 4th to 12th grades.
According to the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center website, this program is designed to teach about the science and engineering behind flying objects. The program will experiment with flying objects and teach exactly how they fly. Kopernik has partnered with the local chapter of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers to make this program a fun and teachable event for those who attend.
To attend, you need to register through the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center website. There is a cost for the event.
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