PoSSUM Space Academy – Rebecca Blum

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PoSSUM Space Academy, at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, offers a one-week course in immersive science education for tomorrow's astronautics professionals. This includes mission simulation, spacesuit training, high-G and microgravity flight in an aerobatic aircraft, and more. Rebecca Blum Continue reading →

Remote Solar Viewing Live – Paul Goelz

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Paul Goelz of the Warren Astronomical Society will be live-streaming white-light views of the Sun and Venus. Note: Solar observing requires clear skies - if the skies are cloudy, you may wish to watch from our selection of videos about the Continue reading →

Space Camp – Rebecca Blum

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Space Camp provides a unique, hands-on, STEM experience for students of all ages to train like astronauts! Space Camp is a place for learning, growing and having fun! Space Camp is a one-of-a-kind experience at the U.S. Space & Rocket Continue reading →

Kennedy Space Center – Rebecca Blum

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Kennedy Space Center is simply an amazing place to visit! There is SO much to do and see, a single day might not be enough. Rebecca Blum visited NASA's Kennedy Space Center, and tells about her experiences there. Rebecca has Continue reading →

Debate: Should we send humans to Mars?

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This debate took place as part of the Warren Astronomical Society Meeting on July 6, 2020. Jon Blum – Moderator Jim Shedlowsky and Dale Partin – Pro Ken Bertin and Bob Trembley – Contra Cover Image: Artist's conception of a Continue reading →

Size and Distance in the Universe – Ken Bertin

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The sizes of objects in the cosmos, and distances between them are important concepts when it comes to astronomy - and can often be difficult to wrap one's head around. Ken Bertin discusses "Size and Distance" in the universe; Ken Continue reading →

Remote Viewing Live from Hartland with Doug Bock

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Doug Bock has been an amateur astronomer since 1965, and is a prolific astrophotographer. Doug is a member of the University Lowbrows, the Warren Astronomical Society, the Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, the Seven Ponds Astronomy Club and the GM Astronomy Continue reading →