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.
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An event to celebrate Earth, and educate the public on preservation, and solar energy usage.
April 2, 2016 - April 2, 2016, 10:00am-2:00pm (Rancho Cucamonga, California United States)
Earth Day Celebration
An event to celebrate, and educate the public on Earth preservation & solar usage info.
Earth Hour celebrations in the Montreal area city of Westmount. http://westmount.org/en/event/une-heure-pour-la-terre-a-westmount/
March 8, 2016, 7:00pm - 8:30pm PDT
Planetary Radio Live: All These Worlds… Planet 9 and Our Expanding Solar System
The Planetary Society returns to KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum for a special Planetary Radio Live event. Host Mat Kaplan will talk with Caltech researchers Mike “Plutokiller” Brown and Konstantin Batygin.
Saturday January 2nd,The Planetary Society is invited to "Escape To Planet ROM”. The day includes group walk throughs, loads of hands on learning and an exclusive special presentation from the ROM’s Managing Director.
December 19, 2015, 2:00pm to 9:45pm (Los Angeles, California United States)
Griffith Observatory Star Party
Planetary Society Volunteers will set up a display table, hand out free science materials and bring telescopes for the public to use and enjoy celestial views of the universe like our Sun, Moon, Planets, bright stars, comets, planetary nebulas and globular clusters.
Join us for our regular monthly meeting at the Planetary Society Headquarters in Pasadena, where we will be planning out our volunteer schedule for the month and discussing our upcoming events. We will have food available and look forward to seeing you and meeting new volunteers.
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