Not our portable, just a fun picture.
Presenter: Dave Hanson who will share some of his own photos.
Image below is a watercolor of Milky Way galaxy.
Exploring Mars Adult Show -
From Spirit and Opportunity to Mars 2020
Presentation by Rosemary Walling will address: What’s the latest news from Mars? Rovers Spirit and Opportunity are now silent. What is their legacy? Rover Curiosity is still roving. What’s the story of water on Mars? What can we expect from the InSight lander and the Mars 2020 rover?
The constellation of Orion the Hunter leaves the Juneau night sky in April. Why are we fascinated by these stars and the legends told about them? To astronomers, the region of Orion is rich with bright stars, clusters of stars, and colorful nebulas. The Orion Nebula is known for stellar nurseries where new stars and planets are born. And what do Orion and 'shooting stars' have to do with Halley's comet?
Presentation by Rosemary Walling
Kids' Day at the Planetarium
Presenter: Rosemary Walling
Presenter: Cristina Della Rosa
Part of Juneau Jazz and Classics
Table at this free family event at UAS
Earth continuously broadcasts signals into space. Some are aimed at satellites and deep space probes, others are unintentional like TV, radio and Radar. What if any remain detectable by a potential alien civilization light years away? Can they respond? Would we recognize the response? Can they come and visit? How likely is it they have?
Presenter: Marc Finkelstiein
See the stars in portable planetarium
Valley Library co-sponsored by Juneau public library and Girl Scouts.
Alaska State Museum First Friday event - co-sponsored with Alaska State Library, Archives, and Museum. July 20 is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Kick off the moon celebration with a portable planetarium show for kids with the Marie Drake Planetarium. Shows start at 4:30, 5:15 and 6 p.m
Presenter: Cathy Connor, UAS Professor of Geology, Emerita
In this talk we will explore lunar geology and the US/USSR "Space Race". How scientific exploration and Cold War politics lead up to the Apollo Missions between 1961-1972.
Presentation by Clark Branch and Dave Hanson
Science and politics of Apollo 11 mission.
Fundraiser at the Gold Town Nickelodeon on 50th anniversary of landing in 1969.
Presentation by Marc Finkelstein.
It's set in a countdown top 10 format. It's most appropriate for adults and older teens, but all are welcome.
NASA image of earth like exoplanets