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Directory of Ambassadors: James Moore
James Moore
James B. Moore
Member Since 2004

Pelham, Alabama


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Biographical Information:

James Moore has literally grown up with the space program. He has been interested in space since an early age, and was known to have made more than one late night call to the astronomer at the local university. James grew up in Florence, Alabama which is just a short drive from Huntsville, Alabama -- the location of the Marshall Space Flight Center. James is an IT professional by trade. He is an amateur astronomer, a member of several professional organizations and enjoys playing percussion in several local groups. He has also participated in a number of NASA Socials.

Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress
Samford University/Birmingham Astronomical Society

Earth, Moon, Mars and Beyond
Play On Con/Alabama 4-H Center

Huygens at Titan
Samford University/Birmingham Astronomical Society

Mars Rocks - Now in 3-D!!
Play On Con/Alabama 4-H Center

Earth, Moon, Mars and Beyond
Valley Intermediate School

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