Science Speaker Series 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.

Please join Wyoming Stargazing for an incredible line-up of experts on space exploration who will share their research and answer our most pressing questions about “The World Above the Tetons.”

Abby Harrison

The Mars Generation

Aspiring Mars astronaut, advocate for STEAM education, social media star, and founder of The Mars Generation, a nonprofit that works to educate and excite kids and adults about space exploration. She is currently a senior at Wellesley College.

Saturday, June 22nd, 2019

7pm @

Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus

$25/Adult
Students/Children FREE

Dr. Morgan Cable

Life on Other Worlds

Research Scientist in the Instrument Systems Implementation and Concepts Section at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. She was also the Assistant Project Science Systems Engineer for the Cassini Mission, which explored the Saturn system for over 10 years.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

7pm @

Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus

Buy/Reserve Free Tickets

$25/Adult
Students/Children FREE

Dr. Roger Wiens

Robots on Mars

Planetary scientist and Fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He is the project leader for both the ChemCam instrument aboard the Mars Curiosity rover currently operating on Mars and the new SuperCam instrument, slated for the Mars 2020 rover. He is also the author of Red Rover: Inside the Story of Robotic Space Exploration, from Genesis to the Mars Rover Curiosity, and a French Chevalier (Knight).

Saturday, August 10th, 2019

7pm @

Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus

Buy/Reserve Free Event Tickets

$25/Adult
Students/Children FREE

Reid Wiseman

Social Media in Space

American astronaut, engineer, and naval aviator. Reid Wiseman served as Flight Engineer aboard the International Space Station for Expedition 41 from May through November of 2014 and was aboard the ISS for two other missions. Reid also fostered a strong social media presence throughout his mission by sharing the raw emotions of spaceflight as seen through the eyes of a rookie flier.

Saturday, September 14th, 2019

7pm @

Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus

Buy/Reserve Free Event Tickets

$25/Adult
Students/Children FREE


Thank you to our 2019 Speakers Series Sponsors!

  • Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation
  • Liz and Don Moseley

  • Peta and Gary Roubin

  • Lisa Finkelstein and Marc Domsky

  • Stuart Sugarman and O’Ann Fredstrom

  • Mary Coyne and Bill Kolasky

  • Mike and Virginia Adler

  • Kathleen and Mike Glover

  • Carrie and Scott Kirkpatrick