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 Events: On or after 8/19/2018
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
Space Exploration 8/1/2018 - 8/31/2018  NASA Educator Resource Center, California State University, Fresno Fresno California United States Numerous free NASA handouts for educators and students Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 8/1/2018 - 8/31/2018  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 8/1/2018 - 8/31/2018  Children's Museum of the Sierra Oakhurst California United States Susan Morrison
AADL Summer Game - NASA Mission Ops Badge Series 8/1/2018 - 8/31/2018  https://play.aadl.org/ Ann Arbor Michigan United States Play the Ann Arbor District Library's Summer Game and you can join the online search for codes to earn badges in the NASA Mission Ops web badge series! Jennifer German
Explore the Universe with NASA 8/1/2018 - 8/31/2018  Ashaway Free Library Ashaway Rhode Island United States Heather Field
NASA/Solar System Education 8/4/2018 - 9/1/2018  Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Solar viewing and education using solar telescope and filtered refractor scope. Weekly at Pacific Science Center. If cloudy, hands on education utilizing NASA Eyes on the solar system with xbox controller. Keith Krumm
Summer Tour of the Solar System 8/6/2018 - 8/24/2018  Tessmann Planetarium Santa Ana California United States Perfect summer getaway - tour the solar syste, Visit the planets, learn of important NASA missions to solar system. Our star projector simulates the night sky - find out which planets you can observe in the night sky. Bob Menn
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
Chicago Air and Water Show 8/18/2018 - 8/19/2018  North Avenue Beach Chicago Illinois United States Kay Ferrari
Solar System Exploration Program 8/18/2018 - 8/25/2018  Oregon Observatory at Sunriver Sunriver Oregon United States Robert Grossfeld
World Science Fiction Convention 76 - Women and Space Panel 8/19/2018  Worldcon 76 at McEnery Convention Center San Jose California United States Serving on a panel discussing women in planetary sciences and missions, aastronomy and astrophysics, and stronautics Loretta McKibben
World Science Fiction Convention 76 - Wikipedia and Science Citations Panel Discussion 8/19/2018  Worldcon 76 at McEnery Convention Center San Jose California United States On this panel discussion, we will discuss how to tell what science and space exploration information on the web and Wikipedia is trustworthy, and how to determine that. Loretta McKibben
Viewing Night at the Detroit Observatory 8/20/2018  Detroit Observatory in Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Michigan United States In the event of inclement weather, this event will be held on August 22. Shannon Murphy
Parker Solar Probe 8/20/2018  Solarbron Pointe Evansville Indiana United States Gary Barr
Boardwalk Astronomy 8/21/2018  Virginia Beach Oceanfront Virginia Beach Virginia United States George Reynolds
Stargazing Tonight 8/23/2018  Anchorage Museum Anchorage Alaska United States Aaron Slonecker
Library STEM talk: The Dust Storms of Mars! 8/23/2018  View Park Bebe Moore Campbell Library Los Angeles California United States Paul Birchall
STEM at MN State Fair 8/23/2018  MN State Fair St. Paul Minnesota United States Terrence Flower
NASA’s Space Exploration Missions for 2018 8/24/2018 - 8/26/2018  Star Trek The Original Series Set Tour Ticonderoga New York United States Willie Yee
Journey Through the Solar System 8/25/2018  Mid-Continent Public Library 1000 NE Colbern Rd. Lee's Summit Missouri United States Joseph Wright
NASA's Recent Discoveries of the Solar System 8/25/2018  United Astronomy Clubs of NJ in Jenny Jump State Forest Hope New Jersey United States Michael Lewis
Voyager I: A 40th Anniversary Review 8/25/2018  Wright Memorial Public Library Oakwood Ohio United States Saturday, August 25, 2018 - 2:00pm Voyager I​Join NASA Solar System Ambassador, Kurtz Miller, as he continues to reveal the secrets of the cosmos. This session will highlight Voyager I’s epic solar system mission launched by NASA on September 5, 1977. Kurtz Miller
Mission to Planet Earth: Studying resources from space 8/26/2018  InfoAge Space Exploration Center Wall New Jersey United States Much of NASA's exploration is to Planet Earth, understanding the interactions of the surface, atmosphere and oceans. World resources, disaster tracking and climate studies are done by a fleet of spacecraft with international cooperation. Frank O'Brien
Telescope Night -- Mars and InSight 8/30/2018  Taylor Park, 400 Division St. Oak Park Illinois United States Mark Benson
Saturn- Lord of the Rings 8/31/2018  Oregon Observatory at Sunriver Sunriver Oregon United States Robert Grossfeld
Mysteries of the Cosmos - Life Beyond Earth: Searching for Alien Life 8/31/2018  Northwest Suburban Astronomers Arlington Heights Illinois United States On August 31, I will present information about the possibilities of life beyond the traditionally considered environments on Earth to the members and guests at the monthly meeting of the North Suburban Astronomers. James Kovac
Summer Stargazers 8/31/2018  Creekside Lodge Snowbird Utah United States Public lecture and Stargazing! Thomas Quayle
Surviving Mars for Real 9/1/2018  PAXWest 2018, Sheraton Seattle Hotel Seattle Washington United States The 2018 game “Surviving Mars” makes the latest attempt to imagine how humanity’s next giant leap, a colony on the Red Planet, will unfold. How does it stack up to reality? Geoffrey Nunn
Finding your way around the night sky 9/1/2018  West Regional LIbrary Cary North Carolina United States Tony Rice
In The News and In THE SKY 9/3/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Making the NASA SLS Rocket and Spacecraft Orion 9/3/2018  Des Moines Science Center Des Moines Iowa United States Dennis Johnson
Starry Eyes for Chile Skies: #ACEAP2018 9/6/2018  Albion College Albion Michigan United States Nicolle Zellner
Our Star - Sol 9/7/2018  Waccamaw Library Auditorium Pawleys island South Carolina United States Ronald Revere
Live Demos of Space Simulation Software 9/8/2018  Great Lakes Star Gaze - Michigan's largest amateur star party Gladwin Michigan United States Robert Trembley
Asteroids and Dawn mission to Asteroid Belt 9/8/2018  Von Braun Planetarium, Monte Sano State Park Huntsville Alabama United States Talk will be followed by planetarium show. Weather permitting, telescopes will be setup in the field. Naveen Vetcha
Summer Stargazers 9/8/2018  Creekside Lodge Snowbird Utah United States Public lecture and Stargazing! Thomas Quayle
Hobbs Star Party 9/8/2018  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 Societyby a star party with telescopes provided by members of Sugar Creek Astronomical Societyby a star party with telescopes provided by mem Katherine Auld
Exploring the Heavens - From Hubble to the Webb - Discovering Space through the eyes of a Telescope. 9/8/2018  Fort Macon State Park Atlantic Beach North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
Lincoln Library Summer Program - Flight of the Voyager Spacecraft 9/10/2018  Library - 485 Twelve Bridges Dr Lincoln California United States Presentation on the flight of the two Voyager Spacecraft that continues into interstellar space Steven Ainsworth
The Night Sky 9/12/2018  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
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
Starry Night - What We Know About Stars 9/14/2018  Waccamaw Library Auditorium Pawleys island South Carolina United States Ronald Revere
New England Fall Astronomy Festival 9/14/2018 - 9/15/2018  University of New Hampshire Observatory Durham New Hampshire United States Tom Cocchiaro
2018 Astronomy at the Beach 9/14/2018 - 9/15/2018  Island Lake State Recreation Area Brighton Michigan United States Shannon Murphy
SHARE Center Science Festival 9/15/2018  SHARE Center Lexington Kentucky United States Cierra Waller
Solar System Saturday 9/15/2018  Gage Park, Accessibility Field Topeka Kansas United States Observing of all Solar System objects available (if skies are clear). Brenda Culbertson
Asteroids and OSIRIS-REx mission 9/15/2018  Von Braun Planetarium, Monte Sano State Park Huntsville Alabama United States Talk will be followed by planetarium show. Weather permitting, telescopes will be setup in the field. Naveen Vetcha
Summer Stargazers 9/15/2018  Creekside Lodge Snowbird Utah United States Public lecture and Stargazing! Thomas Quayle
Space Rocks! 9/18/2018  Naval Station Rota Library Rota Spain This event is at a military installation; you must have base access to attend. Amaya Davis
In The News and In The Sky 9/20/2018  Macomb County Community College South Campus Library Warren Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Intrepid Space and Science Festival 9/20/2018 - 9/23/2018  Intrepid Sea air and Space Museum New York New York United States Frank O'Brien
Space Night 9/21/2018  Monroe Township Mill Lake School Monroe NJ New Jersey United States Ann Schmiedekamp
Our Galaxy - The Milky Way 9/21/2018  Waccamaw Library Auditorium Pawleys island South Carolina United States Ronald Revere
TBD 9/21/2018  TBD Ann Arbor Michigan United States Nicolle Zellner
Telescope Night 9/22/2018  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
Boardwalk Astronomy 9/25/2018  Virginia Beach Oceanfront Virginia Beach Virginia United States George Reynolds
Summer Stargazers 9/28/2018  Creekside Lodge Snowbird Utah United States Public lecture and Stargazing! Thomas Quayle
The Universe 9/28/2018  Waccamaw Library Auditorium Pawleys island South Carolina United States Ronald Revere
Countdown : 2979 Days to the Moon (APOLLO MISSIONS) BOOK LAUNCH by Suzanne Slade & WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE- 60 YEARS OF NASA 9/28/2018  FERNBANK SCIENCE CENTER ATLANTA Georgia United States Susan Levine
2018 El Paso Space Festival 9/29/2018  El Paso Insights @ East El Paso Elks Lodge El Paso Texas United States The El Paso Space Festival is part of a nationwide celebration of educational programs designed to engage audiences in the awe-inspiring fields of Earth and space science! Richard Pacheco
Rogue Valley Maker Faire 9/29/2018  ScienceWorks Hands on Museum Ashland Oregon United States Colin White
Asteroids and Psyche mission 9/29/2018  Von Braun Planetarium, Monte Sano State Park Huntsville Alabama United States Talk will be followed by planetarium show. Weather permitting, telescopes will be setup in the field. Naveen Vetcha
TESS- The Hunt for new Worlds 9/29/2018  Cape Lookout National Seashore Ranger Station Harkers Island North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
Finding Planets Beyond our Solar System 9/29/2018  W. Jack Greer Branch - Greenville County Library System Mauldin South Carolina United States Exoplanets and TESS David Leaphart
Mysteries of the Cosmos 9/29/2018  El Modena Branch of the Orange Library Orange California United States Explore the Mysteries of the Cosmos. NASA missions have revealed new discoveries but also uncovered new mysteries. Ideal for children of all ages. Bob Menn
Get excited about space science at Maker Faire! 9/29/2018 - 9/30/2018  Maker Faire (Wisconsin State Fair Park) Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Betsy Bannier
Commercial flights to the Space Station 9/30/2018  InfoAge Space Exploration Center Wall New Jersey United States NASA is not the only ride to the Space Station! Boeing and SpaceX are ready to fly their new vehicles to the ISS, as the first American spacecraft since the end of the Shuttle program. Frank O'Brien
In The News and In THE SKY 10/1/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Archaeo-Astronomy Presentation 10/1/2018  Kansas Museum of HIstory Topeka Kansas United States Brenda Culbertson
View the Sun Through a Solar Telescope! 10/1/2018  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
Space Explorers Family Fun Night 10/2/2018  Bay View Community Center Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Free and open to the public! Betsy Bannier
Flagstaff Star Party 10/4/2018 - 10/6/2018  Buffalo Park Flagstaff Arizona United States Mary Lara
JWST: The James Webb Space Telescope and Man's Quest for Look-back Time 10/5/2018  University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City Missouri United States Joseph Wright
Who Wants to Be an Astronaut? 10/6/2018  Science City at Union Station Kansas City Missouri United States Science City's Saturday STEM Seminar Jason-Flor Sisante
The Parker Solar Probe Mission Presentation 10/8/2018 - 10/14/2018  Okie-Tex Star Party, Camp Billy Joe Kenton Oklahoma United States John O'Neal
The Night Sky 10/10/2018  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
Everything you need to know before flying to Mars 10/11/2018  Morris Museum 6 Normandy Heights Rd New Jersey United States Krishnadas Kootale
The Science of The Martian 10/13/2018  Von Braun Planetarium, Monte Sano State Park Huntsville Alabama United States Planetarium show as part of annual Astronomy Day at VBAS Naveen Vetcha
STEAM tent -- Pink Palace Craft Fair 10/13/2018  Pink Palace Museum Memphis Tennessee United States This kid-friendly hands-on activity will focus on learning about moon phases -- not just shapes and names, but also being able to tell time and direction based on moon phases. Kids will build lunar phase dials that they can keep. Bob Swanson
Exploring the Heavens - From Hubble to the Webb - Discovering Space through the eyes of a Telescope. 10/13/2018  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! 10/15/2018  Sylmar Branch, Los Angeles Public Library Sylmar California United States Dana Eklund
Moon Night at the Museum 10/16/2018  Kansas Museum of HIstory Topeka Kansas United States Brenda Culbertson
Exploring Space through Local Libraries 10/17/2018  Clark County Public Library System - Main Library Springfield Ohio United States This presentation will explore the NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador program in detail. Additionally, the presenters will share the Science-Technology Activities & Resources Net (STAR_Net) and the Wright Memorial Library's space science programming. Kurtz Miller
In The News and In The Sky 10/18/2018  Macomb County Community College South Campus Library Warren Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
Telescope Night 10/20/2018  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
International Observe the Moon Night IOMN 10/20/2018  The Space Station Museum 464 Ignacio Blvd. Novato, CA Novato California United States David Frey
Everything you need to know before flying to Mars 10/20/2018  United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey Hope New Jersey United States Krishnadas Kootale
International Observe the Moon Night 10/20/2018  Harborside Park, North Carolina Maritime Museum Beaufort North Carolina United States Lisa Pelletier-Harman
STEAM-Fest 10/20/2018  Elmhurst Public Library Elmhurst Illinois United States The Elmhurst Library is planning the first ever STEAM Fest this fall on Saturday, October 20 from 12 - 4 PM. Kevin Cole
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
MA STEM Week 10/22/2018 - 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
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
Comets: Harbingers of Terror or Water 10/26/2018  University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City Missouri United States Joseph Wright
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
Aerospace Ed Conference 10/27/2018 - 10/28/2018  VFW Harahan Louisiana United States Kathy Beauford
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
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
Aurora Summit 2018 11/1/2018 - 11/4/2018  Superior Shores Resort Two Harbors Minnesota United States Terry Mann
In The News and In THE SKY 11/5/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
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
Women in STEM 11/9/2018  Bowling Green University Firelands Huron Ohio United States Jennifer Ayala
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
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
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
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
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
In The News and In THE SKY 12/3/2018  Cranbrook Institute of Science Bloomfield Hills Michigan United States Kenneth Bertin
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
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, FL Florida United States Timothy Nusbaum
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
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
60 Minutes in Space Ultima Thule 1/19/2019  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Tiger Den Star Party 2/7/2019  Pleasant View Elementary School Franklin Wisconsin United States Betsy Bannier
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
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

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