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 Events: On or after 10/22/2018
Event Date Venue City State/Territory Country Comments Contact
Library Display 3/13/2018 - 12/17/2018  University of Memphis Lambuth Library Jackson Tennessee United States Holley Wood
Astronomy Club 8/15/2018 - 12/19/2018  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Calling all local sky enthusiasts! The Astronomy Club explores the world of astronomy in a fun, social environment. NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Bill Reed will share what’s new in space, the latest gadgets, “astro-tainment” and mind-blowing facts. Bill Reed
Mars exploration, past, present and future 9/12/2018 - 11/28/2018  Osher Life-Long Learning Institute, Duke University Durham North Carolina United States Tony Rice
Space Exploration 10/1/2018 - 10/31/2018  NASA Educator Resource Center, California State University, Fresno Fresno California United States Free handouts for educators! Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 10/1/2018 - 10/31/2018  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
History of Human Spaceflight 10/1/2018 - 10/31/2018  Litchfiled Education Center, Coastal Carolina University Pawleys Island South Carolina United States Ian Hewitt
Discover the Solar System 10/2/2018 - 10/31/2018  Tessmann Planetarium Santa Ana California United States Tour the planets and learn of the important NASA missions to solar system and basic concepts of astronomy and physical science. Our star projector simulates the night sky - find out which planets you can observe in the night sky. Bob Menn
Space Exploration 10/2/2018 - 10/31/2018  Children's Museum of the Sierra Oakhurst California United States Susan Morrison
Revelo Magazine Axel Diaz's Story 10/2/2018 - 10/31/2018  Revelo Magazine Lancaster Pennsylvania United States Rvelo magazine published an article about my experience as a Solar System Ambassador. Axel Diaz
Meet a Scientist: Danielle Jones 10/21/2018 - 10/23/2018  Fire Prairie Upper Elementary Independence Missouri United States Danielle will b speaking over the course of three days in each classroom at Fire Prairie. She will be discussing NASA, The Solar System, Mars, and will do a fun demonstration in each classroom. Danielle Jones
The Solar System Rocks! 10/22/2018  Sewell Mill Public Library, 2051 Lower Roswell Road Marietta Georgia United States NASA Solar System Ambassador Chris Thompson will present a lecture on the InSight and OSIRIS-REx missions. InSight will be traveling to Mars to study the geology of the red planet. OSIRIS-REx is on the way to retrieve a sample of the asteroid Bennu. Chris Thompson
Earth and Solar Week Presented by Verrado Space Club 10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018  Verrado High School and Verrado Community Buckeye Arizona United States Students of Verrado Space Club will host events throughout the week inside and outside of school to promote Earth and Space Science. Within school, students will spread awareness about our Earth through spirit, interactive activities, and education. Kristin James
Living in Space 10/23/2018  Bordeaux Branch Nashville Library Nashville Tennessee United States Theo Wellington
Afterschool Moon Presentation 10/23/2018  McIver's Grant Public Library Dyersburg Tennessee United States Come to McIver's Grant Public Library in Dyersburg, and learn about what rocks are on the Moon, why it is full, and why it changes colors! Russell Orr
Astronomical Discoveries from Women throughout History 10/23/2018  Charles Hayden Planetarium Boston Massachusetts United States Join our Planetarium educators as they explore the universe through the discoveries and contributions of women in astronomy and NASA. Catherine Sullivan
MA STEM Week 10/23/2018 - 10/25/2018  Brockton Public LIbrary Brockton Massachusetts United States As part of Governor Baker's STEM week activities and in conjunction with other activities sponsored by the Brockton NAACP & Brockton Public Library, will be presentations about careers and internships at NASA & info about various space topics each day Patricia Monteith
View the Sun Through a Solar Telescope! 10/24/2018  Paradise Valley Community College Scottsdale Arizona United States This is a private event for Astronomy students at Paradise Valley Community College Black Mountain Campus Mark Johnston
Riding the Rocket to My Dreams: Norm Chaffee, NASA Jet Propulsion Engineer (Retired) 10/24/2018  North Medford High School Planetarium Medford Oregon United States A talk by the man who made the engines that landed on the Moon Colin White
Mission to Mars 10/25/2018  Ford Middle School Acushnet Massachusetts United States NASA's Missions to Mars Joe Cote
Counting Stars 10/25/2018  Richland Park Branch Nashville Library Nashville Tennessee United States Theo Wellington
Telescopes and InSight 10/25/2018  Scoville Park Oak Park Illinois United States Mark Benson
Comets: Harbingers of Terror or Water 10/26/2018  University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City Missouri United States Joseph Wright
DFW's Aviation & Career Expo 10/26/2018  Dallas Fort Worth International Airport American Airlines Hanger #5 Grapevine Texas United States Cynthia Whisennand
Howlin' at the Moon at Northwest Rec Center Trunk-or-Treat 10/26/2018  Northwest Rec Center Rose Park Utah United States Howl at the moon with local NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassadors, Thomas and Amy, during Northwest Rec Center's annual trunk-or-treat. Take a spooky space pic, grab space themed holiday swag, and both view and learn about Earth's Moon and related missions! Amy Oliver
Wings Over Dallas (Official) Commemorative Air Force 10/26/2018 - 10/28/2018  Dallas Executive Airport Dallas Texas United States Cynthia Whisennand
Distance Education 408 km High: International Space Station Global Education Programs 10/26/2018 - 10/28/2018  Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo Japan Betsy Bannier
Howlin' at the Moon at Utah Kids Foundation Trunk or Treat 10/27/2018  CTR Community Supports West Jordan Utah United States Open to public, but targeted to kids, teens and adults with disabilities. Join SLC Ambassadors Thomas Quayle and Amy Oliver to Howl at Moon, take spooky space pics, and grab some fun NASA swag. Amy Oliver
NASA’s Space Exploration Missions for 2018 10/27/2018  NorthEast Trek Con Albany New York United States Willie Yee
2018 ASTRONAUT LACY VEACH DAY OF DISCOVERY 10/27/2018  Punahou School Honolulu Hawaii United States Larry Wiss
Observacion Astronomica - Planetas Caguas Puerto Rico 10/27/2018  Escuela Francisco Valdes Caguas Puerto Rico United States Observacion de los planetas Marte y Saturno para la comunidad escolar de Caguas Erica Correa Felix
National Chemistry Week Celebration: Chemistry Is Out of This World! 10/27/2018  Boston Children's Museum Boston Massachusetts United States Lorie Hammerstrom
NIU StemFest 10/27/2018  Northern Illinois University DeKalb Illinois United States James Knapper
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 10/27/2018  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
InSight! Exploring the Martian Interior NASA’s Latest Mars Mission – Arriving November 26! 10/27/2018  Fairfield Civic Center Library, Solano County Library Fairfield California United States David Takemoto-Weerts
TESS- The Hunt for new Worlds 10/27/2018  Cape Lookout National Seashore Ranger Station Harkers Island North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
Aerospace Ed Conference 10/27/2018 - 10/28/2018  VFW Harahan Louisiana United States Kathy Beauford
Living in Space 10/28/2018  Fairbanks Children's Museum Fairbanks Alaska United States Learn about how different life is with no gravity!! Make and take a Vacation Space Station! Susan Morrison
Apollo 8: In the Beginning..... 10/28/2018  InfoAge Space Exploration Center Wall New Jersey United States It's been 50 years since the most epic voyage of mankind: Apollo 8's flight to the moon. Arguably the the most bold mission in spaceflight, it set the stage for the first lunar landing soon after. Frank O'Brien
Living in Space 10/30/2018  Watkins Park Branch Nashville Public Library Nashville Tennessee United States Theo Wellington
The Sun and the Parker Solar Probe 11/1/2018  STAR Astronomy Club Lincroft New Jersey United States Understanding the details of the dynamics of the Sun has been a long sought goal, but the technology wasn't ready for it. Now a new mission is able to study the Sun up close, and answer the questions we have had for years Frank O'Brien
Conference Session: Engage Your Students with the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary 11/1/2018 - 11/2/2018  Arizona Science Teachers Association Conference Gilbert Arizona United States Mary Lara
Aurora Summit 2018 11/1/2018 - 11/4/2018  Superior Shores Resort Two Harbors Minnesota United States Terry Mann
Space Exploration 11/1/2018 - 11/30/2018  NASA Educator Resource Center, California State University, Fresno Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 11/1/2018 - 11/30/2018  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 11/1/2018 - 11/30/2018  Children's Museum of the Sierra Oakhurst California United States Susan Morrison
Telescope Rental Kick Off Event at the LFPL 11/3/2018  Southwest Louisville Library 9725 Dixie Highway Louisville Kentucky United States The Louisville Free Public Library kicks off a Telescope Lending Program at the Southwest Libary Frank Nelson
Jacaranda Library STEM Club 11/3/2018  Jacaranda Library STEM Club Venice Florida United States Linda McKenna
Cub Scout Adventure Day 11/3/2018  North Museum of Nature and Science Lancaster Pennsylvania United States Display and presentation about Mars Insight, Parker Solar Probe and TESS. Axel Diaz
In The News and In THE SKY 11/5/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Archaeo-Astronomy Presentation 11/6/2018  Kansas Museum of HIstory Topeka Kansas United States Brenda Culbertson
Curiosity Matters: Why Ask Why? 11/6/2018  Gatton Student Center Ballroom Lexington Kentucky United States Dany Waller
60 Years of NASA! What Have You Been Up to Lately? 11/6/2018  Village Walk University Town Center Sarasota Florida United States Linda McKenna
Parker Solar Probe Presentation 11/7/2018  Willow Elementary Grantsville Utah United States Emily Lehnardt
NASA's InSight mission to Mars 11/7/2018  Blaine Library Blaine Washington United States Come join us to learn more about NASA's InSight mission to Mars (K-12) Matthew Borghese
Saturn and the Legacy of Cassini 11/8/2018  Greenville County Library - August Road Branch Greenville South Carolina United States Many discoveries were made by the Cassini mission to Saturn. This is an overview of Cassini's findings and its rings. David Leaphart
Night Vision - Dwarf Planets 11/8/2018  Clark Planetarium - 110 South 400 West Salt Lake City Utah United States Join us as we discuss the discoveries and investigations of our Solar System's dwarf planets! Several missions have already yielded a wealth of information, while future missions are preparing to target the beginnings of our Solar System! Thomas Quayle
Women in STEM 11/9/2018  Bowling Green University Firelands Huron Ohio United States Jennifer Ayala
Autumn Nights Sky Tour 11/9/2018  Kansas Museum of HIstory Topeka Kansas United States I will show constellations and bright objects at the beginning of the event, and view through telescopes after the tour. Brenda Culbertson
The Dynamic Sun 11/9/2018  Ingram Planetarium Sunset Beach North Carolina United States Ian Hewitt
TusCon Science Fiction Convention 11/9/2018 - 11/10/2018  Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites Tucson Arizona United States I'll be doing two talks at this event: "NASA and the public domain" (NASA data for scifi writers/artists) and "Apollo: Celebrating 50 years of moon science" Brenda Huettner
All About Gravity 11/10/2018  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States How does gravity work? When do you feel it and when not? Learn all about it! Susan Morrison
Mars InSIght - Looking Below the Surface 11/10/2018  Sequin Outdoor Learning Center Seguin Texas United States Leonard Ferguson
Night Vision - Dwarf Planets 11/10/2018  Clark Planetarium - 110 South 400 West Salt Lake City Utah United States Join us as we discuss the discoveries and investigations of our Solar System's dwarf planets! Several missions have already yielded a wealth of information, while future missions are preparing to target the beginnings of our Solar System! Thomas Quayle
Benefit for the Robeson Planetarium 11/10/2018  Morehead Planetarium and Science Center Chapel Hill North Carolina United States Come to the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center to attend a benefit for the flooded and destroyed Robeson Planetarium and Science Center Kenneth Brandt
Hobbs Star Party 11/10/2018  Hobbs State Park Visitor Center Rogers Arkansas United States A public lecture will be followed by a star party with telescopes provided by members of Sugar Creek Astronomical Society Katherine Auld
Exploring the Heavens - From Hubble to the Webb - Discovering Space through the eyes of a Telescope. 11/10/2018  Fort Macon State Park Atlantic Beach North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
Stargazing with the Sidewalk Astronomers: Come See the Moon & Planets with Large Homemade Telescopes! 11/13/2018  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States Dana Eklund
The Night Sky 11/14/2018  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Take an in-depth tour of the Universe, as we use our star projectors to find the constellations, planets and more, plus review the current events happening in the night sky. Bill Reed
NASA's InSight mission to Mars 11/14/2018  Sumas Library Sumas Washington United States Come join us to learn more about NASA's InSight mission to Mars (K-12) Matthew Borghese
60 Minutes in Space The Outer Limits Pluto and Beyond 11/14/2018  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Threats from Space: NEOs and PHOs 11/15/2018  Penfield Community Center Penfield New York United States Jim Rienhardt
In The News and In The Sky 11/15/2018  Macomb County Community College South Campus Library Warren Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Backyard Astronomy 11/15/2018  Itawamba Community College -- TupeloCampus (Health Sciences Building) Tupelo Mississippi United States Backyard Astronomy session from 6-9 p.m., Nov. 15, at the Health Science Education Center at the Tupelo Campus. Portable planetarium, telescope viewing -- free and open to the public. Bob Swanson
Exploring the Solar System: The Search for Planet 9 and the Discovery of Proxima b 11/15/2018  Sunnydale Elementary School Streamwood Illinois United States On November 15, I will visit the 4th grade class at Sunnydale Elementary School to discuss the search for a new planet in our solar system and the discovery of Proxima b. James Kovac
60 Minutes in Space The Outer Limits Pluto and Beyond 11/17/2018  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Insight Landing on Mars 11/19/2018  Coyle Free Library Chambersburg Pennsylvania United States Chad Lower
Special Planetarium Show to celebrate InSight Landing & Library Display 11/20/2018  University of Memphis. Lambuth M. D. Anderson Planetarium Jackson Tennessee United States Come hear an update on InSight's landing on November 21 and enjoy our show, MarQuest! Holley Wood
InSight: A Different Perspective On Mars 11/20/2018  Samford University/Birmingham Astronomical Society Birmingham Alabama United States The InSight lander will be arriving at Mars on 11/26/2018. Come learn about how InSight will be taking a look at the "Inner Space" of Mars! James Moore
Telescope Night 11/24/2018  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Bill Reed for evenings under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium for an update on the night sky then head outdoors to see the view using an 8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. Bill Reed
Running Space - Interior Design it is Rocket Science 11/24/2018  West Hollywood Library West Hollywood California United States Rosanne Sachson
Moon night party 11/25/2018  Urb. Villa Victoria Calle 8 L-6 Caguas Puerto Rico United States Observaremos los impresionantes crateres lunares, asi como varios objetos astronomicos. We will observe the impressive lunar craters & more Angel Rivera de Jesus
Mars Celebration! 11/26/2018  Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Join us at the Pacific Science Center for a Celebration of Mars. Learn about the exploration of the red planet and watch live as the InSight spacecraft lands on Mars and sends back its first pictures. Dave Cuomo
NASA InSight Mars Mission Landing Event Live Stream 11/26/2018  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States The NASA/JPL InSight Mars landing will be streamed live onto the big screen in the library Multipurpose Room, with a discussion and public Q & A with Solar System Ambassador Dana Eklund. Dana Eklund
InSight Landing Party 11/26/2018  Aerospace Museum of California McClellan California United States This is a "Live" event as the Mars spacecraft InSight touches down on the Red Planet at noon PST Tim Pinkney
Apollo 8 Manned Spaceflight 50th Anniversary 11/28/2018  TCC NE Campus Library Upper Level Hurst Texas United States Why was the Apollo 8 Manned Spaceflight important? Why do we need to remember it? Join TCC NE Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Raymond Benge, and TCC NE Professor of Geology, Dr. Kevin Barrett for a presentation about Apollo 8. Kevin Barrett
What is Rocket Science, anyway? 11/29/2018 - 9/29/2018  St Augustine Library System - Anastasia Branch St. Augustine Florida United States Ralph Treder
Rovers On Mars 12/1/2018  Valley Library 380 St. Croix Trail S. Lakeland Minnesota United States Come join us at the Valley Library as we present a family program on missions of exploration and discovery on the planet Mars. Christopher Mick
Cassini Mission to Saturn 12/1/2018  Edgebrook Public Library Chicago Illinois United States John Vittallo
In The News and In THE SKY 12/3/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
VT Astronomical Society Meeting 12/3/2018  Brownell Library Essex Junction Vermont United States InSight Mission Overview at Vermont Astronmical Society Monthly meeting Scott Turnbull
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 12/7/2018  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Night Vision - Meteor Showers 12/8/2018  Clark Planetarium - 110 South 400 West Salt Lake City Utah United States Come learn about upcoming meteor showers and our missions to explore their origins. Thomas Quayle
Exploring the Heavens - From Hubble to the Webb - Discovering Space through the eyes of a Telescope. 12/8/2018  Fort Macon State Park Atlantic Beach North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
Stargazing with the Sidewalk Astronomers: Come See the Moon & Planets with Large Homemade Telescopes! 12/11/2018  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States Dana Eklund
60 Minutes in Space Mars InSight 12/12/2018  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
How to Choose a Telescope 12/14/2018  Shawnee North Community Center Topeka Kansas United States Brenda Culbertson
Apollo 50th Anniversary and Future Space Exploration Missions 12/15/2018  Lee County Library Sanford North Carolina United States Daniel Combs
60 Minutes in Space Mars InSight 12/15/2018  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Hubble Deep Space Wonders 12/16/2018  West Boca Branch Library Boca Raton Florida United States Timothy Nusbaum
Night Vision - 50th Anniversary of Apollo 8 12/20/2018  Clark Planetarium - 110 South 400 West Salt Lake City Utah United States Come celebrate the milestone mission of Apollo 8 on it's 50th Anniversary! Displays and media events will surround our discussion. Thomas Quayle
Night Vision - 50th Anniversary of Apollo 8 12/22/2018  Clark Planetarium - 110 South 400 West Salt Lake City Utah United States Come celebrate the milestone mission of Apollo 8 on it's 50th Anniversary! Displays and media events will surround our discussion. Thomas Quayle
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 12/29/2018  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Stargazing with the Sidewalk Astronomers: Come See the Moon & Planets with Large Homemade Telescopes! 1/8/2019  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States Dana Eklund
SPACE = Spectacular Places Awaiting Curious Explorers. Start the new year off exploring outer space for a month of special Maker Zone activities! Each week we’ll explore a different part of space, all from the comfort of the library. 1/10/2019 - 1/31/2019  Bull Run Regional Library Manassas Virginia United States Janice Hill
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 1/12/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Mars exploration, past, present and future 1/14/2019 - 2/25/2019  Osher Life-Long Learning Institute, North Carolina State University Raleigh North Carolina United States Tony Rice
Is There Intelligent Life Beyond the Earth? 1/16/2019  Mustang Library 10101 N 90th St Scottsdale Arizona United States In tonight's lecture Mark will examine where life might be possible in our solar system and beyond. He will review NASA's efforts to detect life elsewhere and how some upcoming missions might help us find some answers Mark Johnston
60 Minutes in Space Ultima Thule 1/16/2019  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Exoplanet Update for Phoenix Astronomical Society 1/17/2019  Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix Arizona United States Public welcome. Meet at 18401 N. 32nd St Phoenix, AZ 85032 Life Sciences bldg Room 203 Mark Johnston
60 Minutes in Space Ultima Thule 1/19/2019  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Saturn and the Cassini Huygens mission 1/23/2019  Palatine Public Library Palatine Illinois United States John Vittallo
Phoenix Astronomical Society Star Party 1/31/2019  Paradise Valley Community College, Black Mountain Campus 34250 N 60th St Scottsdale Arizona United States Free star party. Several telescopes will be set up, showing planets, double stars and other sky wonders. Weather permitting. Mark Johnston
Tiger Den Star Party 2/7/2019  Pleasant View Elementary School Franklin Wisconsin United States Betsy Bannier
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 2/8/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Stargazing with the Sidewalk Astronomers: Come See the Moon & Planets with Large Homemade Telescopes! 2/12/2019  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States Dana Eklund
Near Earth Objects 3/12/2019  Bowling Green State University -Firelands Huron Ohio United States What exactly do we know about comets and asteroids? Find out what scientists have discovered in past missions as well as the current OSIRIS-REx mission to return an astroid sample back to Earth in 2023. Jennifer Ayala
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 3/13/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Mercury...Uncovering its Mysteries 3/21/2019  Roper Mountain Science Center Greenville South Carolina United States As we continue to explore Mercury, we will be uncovering its secrets. This will review what we have learned about Mercury and future plans for more discovery. David Leaphart
Phoenix Astronomical Society Star Party 3/28/2019  Paradise Valley Community College, Black Mountain Campus 34250 N 60th St Scottsdale Arizona United States Free star party. Several telescopes will be set up, showing planets, double stars and other sky wonders. Weather permitting Mark Johnston
The Universe 4/5/2019  Waccamaw Library Auditorium Pawleys island South Carolina United States Ronald Revere
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 4/5/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Phoenix Astronomical Society Star Party 4/25/2019  Paradise Valley Community College, Black Mountain Campus 34250 N 60th St Scottsdale Arizona United States Free star party. Several telescopes will be set up, showing planets, double stars and other sky wonders. Weather permitting. Mark Johnston
Phoenix Astronomical Society Star Party 5/2/2019  Paradise Valley Community College, Black Mountain Campus 34250 N 60th St Scottsdale Arizona United States Free star party. Several telescopes will be set up, showing planets, double stars and other sky wonders. Weather permitting. Mark Johnston
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 5/3/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Fantastic Space Discoveries and Where to Find Them: The Puzzling Case of Tabby's Star and Intriguing Exoplanets 5/17/2019  Northwest Suburban Astronomers Arlington Heights Illinois United States On May 17, I will present information about the unusual characteristics of Tabby's Star and the intriguing exoplanets of TRAPPIST-1 to the members and guests at the monthly meeting of the North Suburban Astronomers. James Kovac
Public Star Party 5/18/2019  Pipestone National Monument Pipestone Minnesota United States Telescopes will be set up for public to view moon and sun, depending on sky conditions Fernando Nino
The Apollo Program 6/6/2019  West Boynton Beach Library Boynton Beach Florida United States Join our review of the Apollo program and the critical Apollo 13 success!! Timothy Nusbaum
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 6/8/2019  Pinnacle Peak Park Scottsdale Arizona United States See planets, double stars, nebula and other sky wonders through a high quality telescope. Free but limited to 25 people. RSVP required starting 2 weeks prior to 480 312 0990. Mark Johnston
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary 6/20/2019  James Memorial Public Library St. James Missouri United States Marteen Nolan
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary 7/16/2019  James Memorial Public Library St. James Missouri United States Marteen Nolan
Apollo 11 Anniversary Celebration 7/19/2019  Greenville County Library - Hughes Main Branch Greenville South Carolina United States Come celebrate the Apollo 11 anniversay and NASA space activities. Many activites will be available for all ages, including future plans for the Lunar Gateway and Mars. David Leaphart

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