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Kopernik to give kids a STEM boost

This winter, grade-school students can explore the moon, the stars, and more lights in the sky and here on Earth.

The Kopernik Observatory & Science Center will soon offer several programs for students related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education. Kopernik's Winter Pegasus programs cover a variety of science options for students in first through 12 grades, such as creating artificial lightning, extreme magnification of tiny objects including insects and snowflakes, and the use of telescopes.

"It's an opportunity for students to come up and get deeper into a range of science and technology topics," said Drew Deskur, the director of the Kopernik Observatory.


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