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Astro/Space Talks by mars loon
mars loon
post Nov 1 2006, 01:15 AM
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Upcoming Presentations:

Wed, Nov 1 at 7 PM

Samsel Upper Elementary School, Sayreville/Parlin, NJ
“Twin Robots Exploring Mars ": Astronomy Night and the adventures of Spirit and Opportunity
Website:
http://www.sayrevilleelementary.net/UES_fi..._schoolinfo.htm


Fri, Dec 1 at 7 PM

Riverside Elementary School, Princeton, NJ
“Twin Robots Exploring Mars and a Journey in 3-D”: enjoy the new discoveries from Spirit and Opportunity
Website:
http://rs.prs.k12.nj.us/

Ken
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post Jan 26 2007, 08:30 PM
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My next public astro talks are:

Fri, Jan 26, 630 to 9:30 PM EST

Lawrence Elementary School, Lawrenceville, NJ
Science and Discovery Night Science Fair

Topics: "Exploring Mars and the Solar System (including 3-D)"
Website:
http://www.myschoolpages.com/schools/Lawre...wrenceville.cfm
multiple talks/times

Wed, Feb 14, 8 PM

Rittenhouse Astronomical Society, Philadelphia, Pa
at the Franklin Institute Science Museum

"Mars, Saturn, Comets and Beyond (in 3-D)"
Websites:
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/meetings.htm
http://www2.fi.edu/

featuring brand new spectacular NASA 3-D Opportunity posters

Edit: rescheduled to April 11 due to snow

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mars loon
post Feb 22 2007, 02:10 AM
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QUOTE (Tom Tamlyn @ Sep 29 2006, 10:47 PM) *
Loon,
When are you going to give a talk in Manhattan?
TTT

The Explorers Club (in Manhattan) has invited me to present on the rovers in April. details soon. ken
http://www.explorers.org/index.php
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mars loon
post Mar 4 2007, 01:01 PM
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My next public astro talks for March 2007 are:

Sat, Mar 10, 10AM to 3:30 PM EST

Childrens Museum for Science, Utica, NY

All day Astronomy and Space Fair
Sponsored by the Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society

"Blast Off for the Solar System with NASA: To Mars, Pluto and Beyond !"

Topics: "Twin Robots Exploring Mars (in 3-D)" , "Mars, Saturn, Pluto and Beyond (in 3-D)" , Save Pluto as a Planet !

plus Solar Viewing (weather permitting)

detailed info at Website:
http://www.museum4kids.net/AstronomyNASA.htm

multiple talks/times

also featuring new spectacular NASA 3-D Opportunity posters

Sat, Mar 10, 6 PM

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society (MVAS) Vernon, NY
Annual dinner banquet guest speaker:

Topic: “Exploring Mars and the Search for Life (in 3-D)”
Website: http://mvas-ny.org/Meetings1.html


Fri, Mar 9, 7 PM

Barneveld Municipal Center: Barneveld, NY

Topic: “Exploring Mars and the Search for Life (in 3-D)”

Tue, Mar 27, 7:30 PM

Raritan Valley Community College Planetarium: Somerville, NJ

Topic: "Our New Solar System (in 3-D)”

Website: http://www.raritanval.edu/planetarium/


Ken
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mars loon
post Apr 11 2007, 04:16 PM
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My next public astro talks are:

Wed, Apr 11, 8 PM

Rittenhouse Astronomical Society, Philadelphia, Pa
at the Franklin Institute Science Museum

"Mars, Saturn, Comets and Beyond (in 3-D)"
Website:
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/meetings.htm
http://www2.fi.edu/

Mon, Apr 23, 7 PM

The Explorers Club, NY,NY
"Exploring Mars, The Search for Life and Journey in 3-D”
Website:
http://www.explorers.org/index.php
http://www.explorers.org/calendar/view_ent...p;date=20070423

also featuring NASA JPL 3-D Opportunity posters

Ken
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post Aug 29 2007, 02:45 AM
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Mars fans in Florida:

For those who may be interested, I'll be presenting a series of lectures in central Florida the week of Sep 9. quite a long way from my base in North East US. list so far, below. will be at some schools too

Title: "Exploring Mars (and Asteroids) , The Search for Life and Journey in 3-D”

open to the public

Thur, Sep 13, 6:30 PM

Stetson University, DeLand, Fl (north of Orlando)
Website: http://www.stetson.edu/calendar/view.php?id=12619
http://www.stetson.edu/home/

Wed, Sep 12, 7 PM

Central Florida Astronomical Society, Sanford, FL (near Orlando)
Seminole Community College Planetarium
Website: http://www.cfas.org/Committees/programs.html
http://www.cfas.org/index.html
http://www.scc-fl.edu/planet/

Mon, Sep 10, 8 PM
Plantation Astronomy Club, Leesburg, FL

please feel free to email me if you'd like to attend

Ken
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mars loon
post Oct 8 2007, 10:19 PM
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DAWN and Mars fans

I'll be presenting a series of lectures in PA and NJ about my experiences covering DAWN from the Kennedy Space Center for The Planetary Society and more, having returned back to home plate in North East US.

Wed, OCTOBER 10, 7:30 PM

Rittenhouse Astronomical Society, Philadelphia, Pa
at the Franklin Institute Science Museum

"Launching DAWN (and Phoenix): From Behind the Scenes at Kennedy Space Center Press Site"
Website:
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org/meetings.htm
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety....letter10-07.pdf
http://www2.fi.edu/

Free and open to the public

Sat, OCTOBER 13, 3 PM

21st Stella-Della Valley Star Party
hosted by Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association
Ottsville, Pennsylvania
in Bucks County

“Exploring Mars, the Search for Life and a Journey in 3-D”
(3-D glasses provided)
Website: http://www.bma2.org/Sdv.html

Fri, OCTOBER 19, 8 PM
Amateur Astronomers Inc.
Astronomy Club at Union County College
Cranford, New Jersey

"Launching DAWN (and Phoenix): From Behind the Scenes at Kennedy Space Center Press Site"
Mars and Beyond in 3-D

Free and open to the public.

website: http://www.asterism.org/
http://www.asterism.org/meetings/momeet01.htm

feel free to contact me for more info

Ken
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post Apr 2 2008, 04:20 AM
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DAWN and Mars fans

A New series of lectures

Wed, April 2, 2008 , 7:30 PM
Raritan Valley Community College Planetarium, Somerville, NJ
"Launching DAWN (and Phoenix): From Behind the Scenes at Kennedy Space Center Press Site"
Website:
http://www.raritanval.edu/planetarium/planetarium.htm (scroll down)
http://blog.nj.com/reporter/2008/03/inside...e_programs.html
http://www.nj.com/somerset/stories/index.s...xml&coll=13
open to the public

includes my Guest blogs for the Planetary Society and articles for Spaceflight Magazine

Sat, April 12, 1 PM
Washington Crossing State Park Nature, Titusville, NJ
"Mars, Saturn, Asteroids and Beyond (in 3-D)"
Website:
http://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests...ng_calendar.htm
Free and open to the public

Wed, April 23, 8 PM
Gloucester County College, Sewell, NJ
“Exploring Mars and Asteroids and the Search for Life (in 3-D)”
Website:
http://www.gccnj.edu/
Free and open to the public

feel free to contact me for more info

Ken
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post Oct 1 2008, 01:01 AM
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Phoenix, MER & DAWN

My new series of lectures in FL, PA and NJ starting soon. more to follow. feel free to contact me for more info

FL

Plantation Astronomy Club: Leesburg, FL, Oct 20, Mon, 8 PM
“Launching DAWN to Asteroids; Landing Phoenix on Icy Martian Jackpot”
Website: http://www.palhoa.com/id103.html

NJ & PA

David Sarnoff Library; Martians for Education Festival: Princeton, NJ, Oct 22, Wed, 8 PM
“Looking for Life on Mars: Phoenix and the Twin Rovers (in 3-D)”
Website: http://www.davidsarnoff.org/m4e_festival_2008.html
http://www.davidsarnoff.org/kremer-looking...fe-on-mars.html

Stella Della Valley Star Party & Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association (BMAA): Ottsville, PA, Oct 25, Sat, 2:30 PM
“Launching DAWN to Asteroids; Landing Phoenix on Icy Martian Jackpot”.
Website: http://www.bma2.org/Sdv.html

Amateur Astronomer’s Inc (AAI) at Union County College: Cranford, NJ, Fri, Dec 19, 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix”.
Website: http://www.asterism.org


Ken Kremer
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post Nov 10 2008, 01:30 PM
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Phoenix & 5 Years of Rovers

My upcoming talks starting in November 08. more to follow. feel free to contact me for info

NY, PA and NJ

“Mars 3D” Movie Premiere at the Rittenhouse Astronomical Society at the Franklin Institute: Philadelphia, PA, Wed, Nov 12, 9 PM
I will be hosting a free premiere showing of this 3-D feature film about the Mars Rovers following the monthly lecture of the Rittenhouse Astronomical Society. Followed by Q&A
Websites: http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety....es/meetings.htm

movie trailer and Jim Bell 3D book links here:
http://www.smm.org/mars3d/
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety....tin%20Board.htm

Gloucester County College, Astronomy Club: Sewell, NJ, Nov 17, Mon 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix: Icy Jackpot Hit on Mars (in 3-D)”. Website: http://www.gccnj.edu/index.cfm
http://www.gccnj.edu/general_information/ken_kremer.cfm
http://www.gccnj.edu/news_and_alerts/rotat.../ken_kremer.cfm

Rockland Astronomy Club at Rockland Community College: Suffern, NY, Nov 21, Fri, 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix: Icy Jackpot Hit on Mars (in 3-D)”.
Website: http://www.rocklandastronomy.com/
http://www.sunyrockland.edu/about/news/mis...ture-at-college

Rittenhouse Astronomical Society (RAS) at the Franklin Institute: Philadelphia, PA, Wed, Dec 10, 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix Mars Lander”. Website: http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org

Amateur Astronomer’s Inc (AAI) at Union County College: Cranford, NJ, Fri, Dec 19, 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix”.
Website: http://www.asterism.org


Ken Kremer
email:kremerken at yahoo.com

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post Jan 7 2009, 07:07 PM
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New talks in Jan celebrating Mars achievements for a new year. Also featuring new mosiacs from Marco and Ken

Doylestown Presbyterian Church: Doylestown, PA, Wed, Jan 7, 6:30 PM. “Phoenix and the Twin Mars Rovers in 3-D”.

Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton: Princeton, NJ, Jan 13, Tue, 8 PM. “Daring Flight of the Phoenix & 5 Years of Mars Rovers (in 3-D)”.
Website: http://www.princetonastronomy.org/
http://princetonastronomy.org/activities.html

Ken Kremer
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post Mar 5 2009, 04:24 AM
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New Solar System talks in March and beyond in NY, NJ and PA. plus new Mars mosiacs, publishing soon

Rockland Astronomy Club at Rockland Community College: Suffern, NY, March 6, Fri, 8 PM. “Mars, Saturn, Asteroids and Beyond in 3-D”
Website: http://www.sunyrockland.edu/community/cale...archterm=kremer


Science and Engineering Expo, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ: March 19, Thur, 9 AM. “A 3-D Mars Experience: Phoenix and the Twin Rovers”.
Website: http://www.princeton.edu/~pccm/outreach/seeprinceton.htm


Upper Moreland Middle School: Hatboro, PA, March 25, Wed, 7 PM. “A 3-D Mars Experience: Mars Day Celebration”.
Website: http://umtsd.org/MiddleSchool/index_middle_school.htm

Ken Kremer
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post Apr 13 2009, 03:28 AM
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Upcoming Dawn talk in NJ. plus our newly published Phoenix and Opportunity mosiacs

Wed Apr 15 at Gloucester County College, Astronomy Club: Sewell, NJ, April 15, Wed, 8 PM
"Launching Dawn to Asteroids: From Behiond the Scenes at Kennedy Space Center Press Site"

details here:
http://www.gccnj.edu/news_and_alerts/rotat.../ken_kremer.cfm
http://www.gccnj.edu/
http://www.gccnj.edu/about_gcc/news_releas...al08-09/100.pdf

Ken Kremer
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many hundreds attended my recent mars talks in NY,NJ ,PA
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post May 8 2009, 03:13 AM
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Space Exploration fans in Florida:

I'll be presenting lectures in central Florida in mid May after the launch of Atlantis to repair Hubble. quite a long way from my base in North East US.

"Mars, Saturn, Asteroids, Hubble and Beyond in 3-D"

Mon, May 18, 7 PM
Plantation Astronomy Club, Leesburg, FL

Tue, May 19, 7 PM
Villages Astronomy Club, The Villages, FL

please feel free to email me for more info or set up a talk

And watch for my Hubble Launch Blogs at The Planetary Society
first one here:
http://www.planetary.org/blog/article/00001931/

ken

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post Sep 5 2009, 11:58 PM
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Hubble, Shuttle and Lunar Space Exploration fans :

I'll be presenting a new series of lectures this fall on STS-125/Hubble and LRO & LCROSS. Starting in Sep 2009 in NJ and PA


-- Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Sep 8, Tue, 8 PM

“Eyewitness to LRO & LCROSS: America Returns to the Moon”
Website: http://www.princetonastronomy.org/
http://princetonastronomy.org/activities.html

-- Rittenhouse Astronomical Society (RAS) at the Franklin Institute: Philadelphia, PA, Sep 9, Wed, 8 PM.

“Fixing Hubble: Eyewitness to Shuttle Atlantis Launch to save The People’s Telescope”
Website: http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety.org

Check out my eyewitness reports on STS-125/Hubble and LRO & LCROSS online at the Planetary Society
and collected here:
http://www.rittenhouseastronomicalsociety....Dr.Kremer/K.htm

please feel free to email me for more info

ken

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