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Kate Howells

Our Global Volunteers: February 2015 Update

Posted by Kate Howells

19-02-2015 16:45 CST

Topics: Planetary Society People, Planetary Society

The Planetary Society has amazing volunteers doing outreach work around the globe. Check out what they've been up to recently and go to to see how you can get involved!

Volunteer activities around the world

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Volunteer activities around the world
Check out the volunteer album on our Flickr page to see what we've been up to across the globe!
Mexico City
Mexico City
Celso Mosqueira, outreach coordinator for Mexico City, presented a talk on space science to local high school students.
Linares, Chile
Linares, Chile
Christian Chavez is professor of astronautics at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and outreach coordinator for The Planetary Society in Chile. He took part in Physics Day for high school students in Linares, directing a water rocket challenge and speaking to students about astronautics and college opportunities in physics.
New York
New York
The New York City outreach group organized a trip to see the movie Interstellar, preceded by a presentation on interstellar space travel by outreach coordinator Raul Heugas.
University of British Columbia, Canada
University of British Columbia, Canada
UBC Sharing Science, a club run by TPS outreach coordinator Jason Fernando, shared information about the Society with students at the university’s annual club fair.
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