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1. Looking up!

(Web Page; Mon Sep 10 13:13:00 CDT 2012)

(This story was originally published in the Northern Colorado Business Report, September 2011) When I was in my final year of high school and first two years of college I presided over the Phoenix Astronomical Society. In those years I w...

Description: I attended an astronomy camp with comet hunter David Levy while shooting a documentary.

2. Remembering Voyager

(Web Page; Mon Sep 10 13:45:00 CDT 2012)

I was privileged to be the Responsible Engineer for the JPL Voyager Mission Science Instrument Pointing development and operation at the Voyager I & II Jupiter and Saturn Encounters. I was in the program Operations Area with Karl Sag...

Description: I was privileged to be an engineer at JPL for the Voyager Jupiter and Saturn Encounters.

3. Saturn and Titan

(Web Page; Fri Sep 14 17:03:00 CDT 2012)

Eyepiece projection image I took of Saturn using my telescope and iPhone camera. Saturn is one of my favorite objects to view. It looks just amazing as the first time I ever viewed it through a telescope. I will never forget that first t...

Description: Saturn and Titan taken with my telescope and iPhone camera.

4. Your Place In Space: On the Road at Homestead National Monument

(Web Page; Fri Sep 28 19:58:00 CDT 2012)

Flanked by National Park Service rangers, Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye hurtled toward the outdoor stage at Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska last weekend. Then, to the cheers of thousands (3,750 by park esti...

Description: Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye took the stage at Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska to talk about sustainability and "your place in space".

5. Kent P.

(Web Page; Thu Sep 27 15:03:00 CDT 2012)

Where was I when Curiosity landded? I was just watching it on NASA T.V. It would have been so cool to be in the control room as I felt the emotion even from my living room. Great job everyone and God speed to Curiosity.

Description: Amateur astronomer and all around astro geek etc.

6. "Techniques of Lunar Landing" Lecture by Armstrong

(Web Page; Wed Sep 26 13:07:00 CDT 2012)

I was glued to the TV on July 20, 1969, in the living room of my house the summer between graduation and my first college semester as a midshipman at USC. Soon after the Apollo 11 mission, Armstrong gave a lecture at Bovard Auditorium on...

Description: I attended this lecture as an impressionable young NROTC midshpman at USC

7. mr

(Web Page; Thu Sep 27 15:05:00 CDT 2012)

Where was I when Curiosity Landed? Watching live on line in the UK.

Description: Watching live on line in the UK.

8. Mr. Larry Roark

(Web Page; Thu Sep 27 15:01:00 CDT 2012)

Citizen scientists search for alien life Amateur astronomy buffs find common goal in just a few clicks Larry Roark, 61, of Tampa, Fla., uses an old PC and a little of his spare time to volunteer for the SETI project. (Michael C. Weimar, ...

Description: Chicago Tribune article on Adler/SETI Citizen Scientists.

9. Chief Scientist, The Boeing Co

(Web Page; Thu Sep 27 13:55:00 CDT 2012)

I had the good fortune of being the RA for The Science Instrument Pointing Systems for Voyager I&II Development, Launch, and Jupiter & Saturn Encounter Teams! I met Dr Karl Sagan, and worked with Dr Ed Stone, & Mr John Cassan...

Description: Chief Scientist and Space Architect for a Multiple Constellation of very different Space Systems.

10. Me and Ann

(Web Page; Wed Sep 26 15:22:00 CDT 2012)

After Mrs. Druyan spoke to the crowd, a line formed to meet her. She was so nice. She meet and spoke with all the waiting people. Not only did she give a fantastic speech, I have never meet a more charming and pleasant woman. I wish ther...

Description: I got to meet Ann Druyan !!

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