10 April 2006
Springís Final Space Safari Event Offers New Perspective on Heavens
About a dozen children and parents attended the final installment of this
yearís Space Safari at JSUís planetarium to learn how the ancient Egyptians saw and interpreted the cosmos. The children sat and
gazed up at the planetariumís artificial sky as Gregg pointed out the various constellations, naming them as they are commonly
known. See story at The Anniston Star's website: www.annistonstar.com.
Note: JSU faculty, staff and students may access The
Anniston Star online through their affiliation with the University.
Those not affiliated with JSU may have to subscribe to receive The
Anniston Star online. If you already subscribe to The Anniston
Star, you receive a complimentary online membership. This provides
complete access to all the content and services of the site at no
additional charge. Otherwise there is a $5 online monthly charge for
their online service. Contact The Anniston Star for information.
for news releases by using the request form at www.jsu.edu/newswire/request.