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 Events: On or after 12/18/2018
Event Date Venue City State/Territory Country Comments Contact
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
NASDAQ InSight Landing Event 11/26/2018 - 12/26/2018  NASDAQ NYC Connecticut United States Andy Poniros
Discover the Solar System 12/1/2018 - 12/21/2018  Tessmann Planetarium Santa Ana California United States Discover the solar system. 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
NASA/Solar System Education 12/1/2018 - 12/29/2018  Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Fly thru the solar system with xbox controller using NASA Eyes! Keith Krumm
Space Exploration 12/1/2018 - 12/29/2018  Children's Museum of the Sierra Oakhurst California United States Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 12/1/2018 - 12/30/2018  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
Space Exploration 12/3/2018 - 12/28/2018  NASA Educator Resource Center, California State University, Fresno Fresno California United States Posters, stickers, and other handouts for educators. Featured this month: Earth Observations and Parker Solar Probe Susan Morrison
Moon Observing Session 12/18/2018  25 Lecount Place New Rochelle New York United States Joseph Martinez
Seattle Astronomical Society - Mars Insight Update 12/19/2018  University of Washington Physics/Astronomy Auditorium (PAA), Room A102, Seattle Washington United States The monthly general meeting is as always, Open to the Public. Prior to the General Meeting, SAS volunteer staff offer a welcome table from 7:00PM to 7:30PM. New member and guests are invited to ask questions and meet some of the existing members. Dave Cuomo
Fox4 Interview: Insight and OSIRIS-REx Update 12/19/2018  Fox4 Kansas City Kansas City Missouri United States Interview with updates on Voyager 2 entering interstellar space, Insight, and OSIRIS-REx. Danielle Jones
The Kennedy Space Center: A History of Space Exploration 12/19/2018  North Medford High School Planetarium Medford Oregon United States Colin White
Solar System Explorers Club: Planets in Motion! 12/19/2018  Encinitas Library Encinitas California United States Learn about the motion of the planets, make a human solar system model, and build a solar system on a string! Susan Kurtik
Meteor Shower Basics: Quadrantids 12/19/2018  MSAD 24/Van Buren School Van Buren Maine United States Dana Kasian
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
Our Journey to Mars - Humans on Mars 12/22/2018  848 N Orangethorpe Park Anaheim California United States A look at Humans on the Red Planet - Sponsored by Mars Society of SoCal Howard Andrews
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
Telescope Night 12/27/2018  Taylor Park Oak Park Illinois United States Mark Benson
InSight on Mars 12/28/2018  Sterrenwacht Gooi & Vechtstreek 's-Graveland Netherlands Lynn van Rooijen-McCullough
Galileo! 12/28/2018  Pleasant View Elementary School Franklin Wisconsin United States Special event for Arrow of Light Cub Scouts pursuing the Supernova Award Betsy Bannier
WinterGreen Night Lights Festival 12/29/2018  Environmental Learning Center Vero Beach Florida United States Winter Green Night Lights Festival. Presentation on Stars and star viewing. Melissa Sleeper
Comet46P Wirtanen Viewing Party 12/29/2018  Friends of Tucker Nature Preserve Tucker Georgia United States This event is to get a glimpse of Comet 46P/Wirtanen before fading from view. Ginny Mauldin-Kinney
"Dinosaurs at Dusk" and "From Earth to the Universe" for New Year’s Eve! (Inc. New Horizons mission) 12/31/2018  Illinois State University Planetarium Normal Illinois United States The ISU Planetarium will present “Dinosaurs at Dusk” at 6 PM & 7:30 PM on December 31. “From Earth to the Universe” follows at 9 PM. These family-friendly shows are free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Thomas Willmitch
Star Party at Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale 1/1/2019  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
Star Party: Quadrantids 1/1/2019 - 1/10/2019  Outdoor Public Viewing (may differ depending on day) Van Buren Maine United States Dana Kasian
Space Exploration 1/1/2019 - 1/31/2019  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
Celebrating New Horizons 1/2/2019  Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory Amado Arizona United States This event takes place inside the FLWO Visitor and Science Center. Exit at Canoa Ranch to the Frontage Road, turn on Elephant Head Road, turn right onto Mt. Hopkins Road. Event is FREE to the public. Amy Oliver
Stargazing at the Library 1/2/2019  Great Neck Library Virginia Beach Virginia United States George Reynolds
Apollo 50th Anniversary and Future Space Exploration Missions 1/4/2019  Enrichment Center (Senior Services) Sanford North Carolina United States Daniel Combs
NASA Resources for Educators and Students 1/5/2019  Renton Library Renton Washington United States Pankaj Karna
Space Exploration 1/7/2019 - 1/31/2019  NASA Educator Resource Center, California State University, Fresno Fresno California United States Posters, stickers, and other handouts for educators. Susan Morrison
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
Scale of the Universe 1/9/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States The universe is so large and so old, that the numbers are nearly impossible to fathom. Take a trip through space with Bill Reed to explore size and time as we try to understand our place in the cosmos. Bill Reed
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
Dream On, STEAM On. Women in STEAM Conference 1/12/2019  Indian River State College Vero Beach Florida United States A free STEAM Conference for middle school girls in Indian River County. Melissa Sleeper
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
All About Asteroids 1/12/2019  The Discovery Center Fresno California United States Susan Morrison
NASA's InSight Mission: Taking Mars's Pulse 1/14/2019  Meadowlark Senior Center Rio Rancho New Mexico United States NASA has long had a history of exploring Mars. This talk will discuss some of our past successes and failures on the Red Planet, as well as what lies ahead. Peter Sinclair
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
NASA and the US Coast Guard 1/15/2019  US Coast Guard Auxiliary Tulsa Oklahoma United States Learn about USCG pilots who became NASA astronauts and their work on the International Space Station Talia Myres
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. For registration, follow: https://scottsdale.libnet.info/event/879678 Mark Johnston
NASA MIssion Update 1/16/2019  North Medford High School Planetarium Medford Oregon United States Colin White
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
What's Your Favorite Planet 1/19/2019  La Habra Public Library La Habra California United States What is Your Favorite Planet? Interactive presentation that offers clues for children to guess the names of Planets. Along the way, we'll discuss gravity, the stars, the latest NASA missions and what worlds have harbor life. We'll even talk about Pluto. Bob Menn
60 Minutes in Space Ultima Thule 1/19/2019  Willard Smith Planetarium, Pacific Science Center Seattle Washington United States Dave Cuomo
Lunar Eclipse Star Party 1/21/2019  ScienceWorks Ashland Oregon United States Weather Permitting Colin White
Saturn and the Cassini Huygens mission 1/23/2019  Palatine Public Library Palatine Illinois United States John Vittallo
YMCA 1/26/2019  YMCA Auburn Hills Michigan United States Gerry Chevrier
Astronaut Remembrance 1/26/2019  The Museum of Flight Seattle Washington United States The Museum pays tribute to the astronauts who were lost in the quest to explore outer space. We invite you to remember the fallen astronauts of Apollo-1 and Space Shuttles STS-51-L Challenger and STS-107 Columbia. Geoffrey Nunn
Cassini Mission to Saturn 1/29/2019  Park Ridge Public Library Park Ridge IL Illinois United States John Vittallo
Careers in Medical Science 1/31/2019  Penn State University University Park Pennsylvania United States Introductory presentation on STEM medical careers, including clinical, research, industry, federal, and non-traditional careers. Jason-Flor Sisante
Mysteries of the Cosmos 1/31/2019  La Habra Public Library La Habra California United States Explore the Mysteries of the Cosmos. Learn pf the latest NASA missions. NASA missions have revealed new discoveries and these have led to new mysteries. All ages invited. Bob Menn
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
Lincoln Library - Amateur High Powered Rocketry in the US 2/4/2019  Library - 485 Twelve Bridges Dr Lincoln California United States The current High Powered Rocketry altitude record exceeds 120,000 feet. Come see how this is accomplished Steven Ainsworth
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
Exploring the Solar System: The Search for Planet 9 2/9/2019  Woodstock North High School (Northern Illinois Rocketry Convention) Woodstock Illinois United States On February 9, I will visit the Northern Illinois Rocketry Club's public convention to discuss the search for a new planet in our solar system. James Kovac
STEMFest 2/9/2019  Roper Mountain Science Center Greenville South Carolina United States The mountain, Roper Mountain, will be the center of many learning opportunities ranging from wildlife science to space science. This SSA event will be directing activites towards ladies in space science. David Leaphart
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 Night Sky 2/13/2019  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
National Trust Dunstable Downs Stargazing 2/13/2019 - 2/14/2019  Dunstuble Downs Visitor Centre Dunstable United Kingdom Janelle Wilson
Lake Point Young Group 2/14/2019  Lake Point Youth group Oxford Michigan United States Gerry Chevrier
Starry Night Observing 2/15/2019  Charles E. Daniel Observatory Greenville South Carolina United States Join us at the Daniel Observatory in Greenville, SC for an evening of stargazing. The former Princeton Great Refractor at the observatory is used to view some interesting night objects. Smaller telescopes are setup to observe other objects. David Leaphart
Solar System Trivia 2/15/2019  Tippecanoe Library Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Do you enjoy trivia? Are you curious about our solar system? Come prepared to have fun and maybe even win a prize! Betsy Bannier
Running Space - Interior Design it is Rocket Science 2/16/2019  Kaufman Brentwood Branch Library Los Angeles California United States Rosanne Sachson
What's Up at NASA and Space Exploration 2/16/2019  Greenville County Library - Mauldin Branch Mauldin South Carolina United States Come discover the latest NASA exploration and discovery efforts and have a general discussion with everyone interested in these topics. This is a regular bi-monthly event. David Leaphart
Orion Township Center 2/25/2019  Orion Center Lake Orion Michigan United States Gerry Chevrier
Starry Night Observing 3/1/2019  Charles E. Daniel Observatory Greenville South Carolina United States Join us at the Daniel Observatory in Greenville, SC for an evening of stargazing. The former Princeton Great Refractor at the observatory is used to view some interesting night objects. Smaller telescopes are setup to observe other objects. David Leaphart
STEM Like a Girl 3/4/2019  Orem Library Orem Utah United States STEM Like a Girl is part of the 9th Research Revolution Series at the Orem Library Emily Lehnardt
Fantastic Space Discoveries and Where to Find Them: The Search for Planet 9 and the Discovery of Proxima b 3/8/2019  Skokie Valley Astronomers Deerfield Illinois United States At the March 8th meeting of the Skokie Valley Astronomers (open to the public), I will share information about the search for a new planet in our Solar System and the remarkable discovery of an Earth-mass exoplanet orbiting our closest stellar neighbor. James Kovac
InSight Presentation to Vandenberg Village Astronomy Club 3/8/2019  Manzanita MIddle School Lompoc California United States Joe Bassi
Space Day and the Parker Solar Probe 3/9/2019  Roper Mountain Science Center Greenville South Carolina United States Space Day will bring many space science activites to Greenville. This event will be held in the Daniel Observatory with sun observing and Parker Solar Probe review and updates. David Leaphart
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
Deep Space Telescopes 3/15/2019  Tippecanoe Library Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Fun event for teens and older children! Betsy Bannier
NASA & Neurology: The Brain In Space 3/20/2019  University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City Kansas United States Come for a discussion on spaceflight's effects on the nervous system! Jason-Flor Sisante
Mercury...The Legacy of the NASA Messenger Mission 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
Pinhole to Telescopes 3/27/2019  Casper Planetarium Casper Wyoming United States Michele Wistisen
STEM Expo 3/28/2019  Cristo Rey High School Kansas City Missouri United States High school students will learn about career opportunities in STEM fields. Jason-Flor Sisante
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
Space Expo 4/6/2019  Air and Space Museum Springfield Massachusetts United States To be completed after presentation Constantino Tata
Evolution of the Telescope 4/10/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join Bill Reed as we examine one of the most important inventions in history. The telescope has opened our eyes to the universe and given us the ability to view other worlds while gaining a greater understanding of our place in the universe. Bill Reed
Starry Night Observing 4/19/2019  Charles E. Daniel Observatory Greenville South Carolina United States Join us at the Daniel Observatory in Greenville, SC for an evening of stargazing. The former Princeton Great Refractor at the observatory is used to view some interesting night objects. Smaller telescopes are setup to observe other objects. David Leaphart
Expanding Your Horizons Conference 4/20/2019  Jacobs Science Building Lexington Kentucky United States Dany Waller
Telescope Night 4/20/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador, Bill Reed, for an evening under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium with an overview of the constellations and planets, plus review the current events happening in your night Bill Reed
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
May the 4th Be With You 5/4/2019  Salt Lake Public Library Salt Lake City Utah United States Free event. Discussing exoplanets and the "Death Star" moon, Mimas to connect Star Wars with real space exploration Emily Lehnardt
The Night Sky 5/8/2019  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
Starry Night Observing 5/17/2019  Charles E. Daniel Observatory Greenville South Carolina United States Join us at the Daniel Observatory in Greenville, SC for an evening of stargazing. The former Princeton Great Refractor at the observatory is used to view some interesting night objects. Smaller telescopes are setup to observe other objects. David Leaphart
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
Telescope Night 5/18/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador, Bill Reed, for an evening under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium with an overview of the constellations and planets, plus review the current events happening in your night Bill Reed
Bald Mountain Campground 5/24/2019  Bald Mountain State Campground Orion Michigan United States Gerry Chevrier
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
The Night Sky 6/12/2019  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
Glendo Stargazing 6/14/2019 - 6/15/2018  Glendo State Park Glendo Wyoming United States Michele Wistisen
What do I do with this telescope? 6/15/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Did you buy a great telescope and can’t figure out how to use it? We’ll learn about telescopes, how to use them and what you can see with them. We’ll also take them outside and use them weather permitting. Bill Reed
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary 6/20/2019  James Memorial Public Library St. James Missouri United States Marteen Nolan
Telescope Night 6/22/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador, Bill Reed, for an evening under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium with an overview of the constellations and planets, plus review the current events happening in your night Bill Reed
Moons of Our Solar System 7/8/2019  Tippecanoe Library Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Free and open to the public! Betsy Bannier
Ancient Civilizations and the Night Sky 7/10/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Throughout history, people have watched the stars and wondered about their place in the universe. Take a trip back in time to witness the evolution of astronomy as one of the first sciences. Bill Reed
Remembering NASA's Apollo Program 7/15/2019  Bay View Library Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Free and open to the public! Betsy Bannier
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
Fantastic Space Discoveries and Where to Find Them: The Puzzling Case of Tabby's Star and Intriguing Exoplanets 7/19/2019  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
Warwick Rhode Island Celebration of the Moon Landing Parage 7/20/2019  American Legion on West Shore Road Warwick, RI Rhode Island United States Frank Puglia
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Party 7/20/2019  Highland Road Park Observatory Baton Rouge Louisiana United States Amy Brouillette
Apollo 50th Anniversary and Future Space Exploration Missions 7/20/2019  Lee County Library Sanford North Carolina United States Daniel Combs
Telescope Night 7/20/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador, Bill Reed, for an evening under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium with an overview of the constellations and planets, plus review the current events happening in your night Bill Reed
After Apollo: NASA's Next Steps 7/22/2019  Zablocki Library Milwaukee Wisconsin United States Betsy Bannier
Glendo Stargazing 8/9/2019 - 8/10/2019  Glendo State Park Glendo Wyoming United States Michele Wistisen
The Night Sky 8/14/2019  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
Telescope Night 8/24/2019  Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Bay Village Ohio United States Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador, Bill Reed, for an evening under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium with an overview of the constellations and planets, plus review the current events happening in your night Bill Reed

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