Did you know that we are all made of star dust?! You'll learn this and many other facts about our universe...Science made interesting!!

You will not want to miss:

Exploring the Wonders of the Universe

 Instructor, Dennis Roscoe, PhD
Have you ever wondered how stars are born and die? This course will take you on a journey through our universe. Learn the latest information about the planets in our solar system and the newly discovered planets around other stars. Explore our own Milky Way galaxy and other galaxies, some of which are nearly 100 times larger and billions of light years away!
Classes meet every Tuesday, June 2 - July 7, 6:30pm-8:00pm, $109
Students will have the opportunity to visit the instructor's observatory, located right in Kettle Moraine (pictured below)


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Meet your instructor!

Dennis Roscoe

Dr. Dennis Roscoe holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Neurophysiology from the University of Arizona, School of Medicine. He has been a professor of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University and a professor of Neurology at UW-Madison, College of Medicine.  Dr. Roscoe has combined his engineering and medical background to design and develop medical devices and has been the founder and president of two medical device companies.  For the last ten years, he has also developed a passion for astrophotography and currently owns and operates his own personal observatory. He specializes in the imaging of deep space objects such as nebulae, and in May 2014 his images were published in   Dr. Roscoe currently resides in his country home just northwest of Genesee Depot. He can be contacted through his website at Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the stars from an expert! Join us in June for Exploring the Wonders of hte Universe!