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Bill Nye Cuts the Ribbon at New Headquarters

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

06-08-2010 16:33 CDT

Topics: events and announcements, Planetary Society People, Planetary Society, Bill Nye

We brought in the big scissors to inaugurate our new Planetary Society headquarters. Incoming Executive Director, Bill Nye, cut the red ribbon at the Open House held August 5, 2010. Lou Friedman lent a hand with the official "snip," assisted by advisors Robert Picardo, Rosaly Lopes and Charley Kohlhase. Hundreds of visitors, including Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin and board member Wes Huntress, toured our new offices, listened to presentations on LightSail and Phobos LIFE, and met the Planetary Society staff. And even though our first open house for the new building has ended, we invite supporters to stop by and say hello if you ever visit Pasadena.

Ribbon Cutting

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Ribbon Cutting
Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Planetary Society's new headquarters. Rosaly Lopes, Charley Kohlhase, Louis Friedman, Bill Nye, and Robert Picardo. Planetary Society Open House, August 5, 2010.
Open House

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Open House
Buzz Aldrin and Louis Friedman at The Planetary Society's Open House, August 5, 2010.
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