The Planetary Society creates and participates in events to bring the excitement of space exploration to public audiences. From our world-wide Planetfests to lectures in small-town libraries to hanging a solar-sail blade in Rockefeller Center in New York, we are constantly finding new ways involve our members in the excitement of space exploration.
Student displays and competition to go to the State Finals for the science fair. We will be providing information, materials and some hands on activities to the students, educators, parents, and judges.
Please join us for our monthly volunteer meeting at the Planetary Society headquarters in Pasadena! We will be discussing upcoming events and volunteer opportunities, as well as receiving updates on Planetary Society activities. We often feature presentations by our own volunteers or guest speakers on a space or science related topic. You will be able to meet and engage with your fellow volunteers over a bite to eat.
The Planetary Society is coming to Texas for the world premiere of the documentary film Bill Nye: Science Guy at the prestigious South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival. Word has it the story of our LightSail spacecraft is tightly woven into the narrative. Yes, the Society is about to make our Hollywood film debut alongside our CEO and citizen-funded LightSail.
Come join your Planetary Society volunteers as we host a free, family-friendly star party on the lawn of the Griffith Observatory! During the day, enjoy gazing at the sun through our solar telescopes. Once night approaches, we will be able to see the moon, the planets, and stars of the season. Engage with your fellow space-enthusiasts as we observe what the universe has to offer us!
We look forward to seeing you all there!
The Planetary Society returns to KPCC In Person's Crawford Family Forum for another Planetary Radio Live hosted by Mat Kaplan. We’ll hear how the sky is being watched and explore the early thinking about how to protect Earth and civilization. There’s a lot of work under way, from spacecraft that visit these miniature worlds to the hundreds of amateur astronomers who help find and track them.