Join the Pajarito Environmental Education Center for a live-streamed astronomy talk on Friday, April 16 at 7 p.m. from author and television host Charles Ennis. Explore the origins of the 88 constellations and how the ancients from many cultures around the world viewed the night skies, and how those views can give you a whole new perspective on the universe. Courtesy PEEC
Most people in the Western world have a very basic knowledge of the 88 constellations used by modern astronomers. Charles Ennis, co-host of Eastlink TV’s “Night Lights” astronomy show and host of the Bravo short documentary “Starry Nights,” will introduce you to where these constellations came from in a live-streamed astronomy talk hosted by the Pajarito Environmental Education Center on Friday, April 16 at 7 p.m. Ennis will discuss how the ancients from many cultures around the world viewed the night skies, and how those views can give you a whole new perspective on the universe. Register for this talk at https://peecnature.org/events/
About the Presenter:
Ennis got his first telescope as a child in North Vancouver, B.C. This kindled a passion that has taken him forward to the present day. He is an experienced public speaker and published author. Ennis is currently the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada’s 1st Vice President, and serves on the Publications Committee, Inclusivity and Diversity Committee, Finance Committee and is the Public Speaker Program Administrator. He is also known by the pen name Kerr Cuhulain.