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Distinguished Lecture Series: Robert Reeves

1900 N. Chaparral St.
March 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
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Postcards from the Moon

Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History is delighted to announce the upcoming Distinguished Lecture Series “Postcards from the Moon”, featuring accomplished deep sky astrophotographer Robert Reeves. The lecture will offer an enlightening exploration of the moon’s evolution and its geological significance. Mr. Reeves will guide lunar enthusiasts through the captivating journey of the moon’s transformation. Don’t miss this opportunity to journey through space and uncover the mysteries of our celestial neighbor.

About Robert Reeves:

Robert Reeves has been exploring the cosmos since 1958 and began publishing articles about astrophotography in 1984. Since then, Robert has published over 250 magazine articles and 250 newspaper columns about astronomy. His articles have appeared in Sky and Telescope, Astronomy, Deep Sky, Deep Sky Journal, Amateur Astronomy, and The Astrograph. Reeves has published numerous books including, The Superpower Space Race, The Conquest of Space (co-authored with Fritz Bronner), multiple books about astrophotography, and his latest book Exploring the Moon with Robert Reeves.

Although Robert Reeves is an accomplished deep sky astrophotographer, his current passion is re-popularizing the Moon within the amateur astronomy community by explaining the origin of the Moon, the evolution of its face, and introducing its geology to Moon lovers everywhere. Robert has perfected image processing techniques that allow the amateur astronomer, using modest equipment, to exceed the quality of Earth-based professional lunar photographs taken during the Apollo era.

Presentation Summary:

Robert Reeves, a leading astrophotographer, will unravel the mysteries of the moon’s evolution, providing a fascinating glimpse into its ever-changing face. 

Attendees will discover image processing techniques perfected by Reeves, empowering amateur astronomers to capture lunar wonders with modest equipment, surpassing the quality of Apollo-era photographs.

Additional Event Details:

Lectures Held 2nd Tuesday of the Month

Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.

Lecture from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

No Lectures During Summer Break (May, June, July, August) and December

FREE to the Public, Donations Appreciated

Light Refreshments Provided

Distinguished Lecture Series: Upcoming Speakers

More info coming soon…


Date: March 12
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Venue Name: Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Address: 1900 N. Chaparral St.
Corpus Christi, TX 78401 United States
Phone: 361-826-4667