SOLAR ECLIPSE 2017
For the solar eclipse on August 21 we hosted a viewing event in one of of the local libraries park with activity stations and a conference that attracted close to 600 patrons, and ran out of tickets.
Astronomy For Change and youth programs provides absolutely free astronomy resource designed to teach children about the exciting world of outer space.
Learning about science should never be boring. We will take you to the moons of Jupiter, and explore the possibility of life on these distant worlds.
Together we will learn how modern day scientists are pushing the limits of space exploration every day.
So strap yourself in for a great ride. Our astronomy website is packed with games, activities, fun facts, and resources to help Teachers, Parents, and Students of all ages reach out and touch our universe.
We are fortunate to have on staff professionals with advanced degrees in Mathematics, Astronomy and Astrophysics.
These staff members are Project Astro Astronomers as well as NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassadors.
Project Astro is a worldwide program of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific where Professional Astronomers engage local and regional school districts and their science teachers, assisting them in enhancing their science education programs.
NASA’s Solar System Ambassador’s program represents the country’s space agency to the public, advocating for strong and continued support for their missions of discovery and educational outreach.