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Science Speaker Series 2018-2019

The World Above the Tetons

Through its daily work, Wyoming Stargazing is proud to carry on the longstanding local traditions of scientific inquiry and education as a means to a richer, more meaningful life here in the Tetons.

Did you know that from here on our perch at 6,200 feet, we have nearly 360-degree views of the Milky Way, from Mt. Leidy to the top of the Grand?

But the sky is not the limit.

Wyoming Stargazing is bringing some of the most knowledgeable professionals in the fields of space travel, supernovae, life on other worlds, dark sky preservation, and more to share their research and answer our most pressing questions about “The World Above the Tetons.”

There are four easy ways to get your fill of science above the Tetons:

  1. Check out the list of speakers on the right and purchase tickets for upcoming presentations (tickets will go on sale soon). 
  2. Take our speaker survey to earn 15% off the purchase of your tickets!
  3. Help sponsor a speaker and support Wyoming Stargazing’s educational programs at the same time!
  4. Become a Non-Profit Partner and join us on this journey above the Tetons.

Upcoming Speaker…

Jill Tarter: Astrophysicist and SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) pioneer

September 2018: Communicating Beyond Earth

More information and ticket sales coming soon! 

 

Thank you to our Speakers Series Sponsors!

THE SPEAKERS 

November 2018: Space travel in the 21rst century

 

 

Science Speaker SeriesScott Altman, NASA Hall of Fame Astronaut, veteran of four tours in space and featured in the Imax film “Hubble”

December 2018: Preserving dark night skies

 

Paul Bogard, author of, “The End of Night: Searching For Natural Darkness In An Age of Artificial Light.”

 

January 2019: Supernovae, black holes and the evolution of stars

 

Dr. Doug Leonard professor of supernovae at San Diego State University.

 

January 2019: Women in Science

 

 

Dava Sobel, Best-Selling Popular Science Writer, author of The Glass Universe and the Smithsonian’s 2017 Dibner Lecturer.

 

February 2019: Making Astronomy Accessible for the Visually Impaired

 

Dr. Wanda Diaz Merced, pioneer in using sonification to turn large data sets into audible sounds.

 

February 2019: Space Commerce

 

 

Kathleen Cohen, recent Space Tech Summit speaker and former strategist for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Dreamworks Interactive and IBM Centers for Innovation.