Image source - NASA/JPL-Caltech

Take exit 133b, the Warnock Street exit. Turn left (west) at the bottom of the exit ramp, under I-65.  Take the first left right after passing under I-65 onto Arthur Street, being careful not to get onto the ramp to I-65 south. Travel for approximately 1 block and turn right onto Eastern Parkway, where Arthur Street dead-ends.  Follow Eastern parkway over a bridge and through a slight jog left, until Eastern dead-ends into 3rd Street. (3rd Street is the second traffic light on Eastern Parkway). Turn right onto 3rd Street and take the first right into the circle drive at the main gates of the University.  About 1/3 of the way around the drive is a Visitor Information Center followed by the entrance to a parking lot. Drive up to the window of the Visitor Information Center and obtain a parking permit. They will tell you where to park and can give you directions to the Natural Science Building.  Caution:  Some online map services have been known to give bad directions for exiting onto Eastern Parkway and making a U-turn.  This is illegal at the location indicated.  Please follow the directions we provide here.

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Conrad Smart - Commencement Speaker 2017

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Tribute to Prof. Dr. Shi-Yu Wu

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Jeremy Huber defends his PhD dissertation

on “Multispectral Observations and Analysis of the Rosette Nebula” on April 19, 2017 as our first doctoral student under the joint UofL/UK PhD program.

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The KELT Scientific Team announced the discovery of a Jupiter-like exoplanet hotter than most stars

Astronomers of the Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope (KELT) project announced the discovery of KELT-9b, the hottest gas giant planet known yet. Read more ...

Society of Physics Students Wins the Outstanding Chapter Award Again

Congratulations to our SPS students for receiving the Outstanding Chapter award for the 19th time in a row! Go Team for many more such recognitions!

 

Kentucky Universities join the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Corporation

Eight Kentucky universities joined the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) Corporation on 1 Aug 2016.

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