We're moving

Remind everyone you expect to see at the cafe! As mentioned in our special announcement a few weeks ago, we're moving the cafe to a new venue. For the event of March 4th, we will meet at Taste, in College Park. The address:
717 W. Smith Street
Orlando, United States

Come help us science-up the new venue!


Taste is near the corner of Princeton Street (really Smith Street after the fork) and Edgewater Drive, so about 2 minutes from I-4 to parking. One can park on the street or in the parking lot behind Taste.

From I-4, drive a few blocks to Edgewater Drive. At the intersection, you should see a orange building ahead of you, labled "Taste". Park on the street or behind Taste.

Topic, "Physics of Saturn's Ring System"

Our presentation this month should be visually impressive, as it involves the planetary rings that are even visible from earth through a cheap telescope. The COPUS theme of March is "Physics and Technology", and we'll talk about the physics of Saturn's distinctive rings and the ongoing Cassini probe to that system.

The presenter for this topic is Dr. Josh Colwell, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics' Planetary Sciences Group at UCF.