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September Telecon: Cosmology from Gravitational Lensing

NSN members: join us on Thursday, September 25 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time  for an informative telecon with Dr. Mandeep Gill of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC). His topic will be: Cosmology from Gravitational Lensing, or Professor Einstein Teaches us About the Cosmos through its Spacetime Curvature. Dr. Gill will take us through a tour through the universe of the very big and very small, and show us the links between particle physics on Earth and the warping of spacetime that we can see on very large scales in our universe.

Slides and more information will be available shortly on our resource page here: http://bit.ly/nsnlensing .

Call-in Information

NSN members are invited to join the live telecon by calling the toll-free line:  1-888-455-9236

Call up to 15 minutes before the telecon begins. An operator will answer and:
•  You will be asked for the passcode: NIGHT SKY NETWORK
•  You will be asked to give your NAME and the CLUB you belong to as well as the number of people listening with you.

NSN Telecon: Dawn and Vesta

NSN members are invited to join us for a presentation by Dawn mission scientist Dr. David Williams on August 27, 2014 at 6:00 pm Pacific Time. 


Dr. William's talk will be on "Asteroids, Ion Propulsion, and NASA's Dawn MIssion to Vesta and Ceres."


Slides will soon be available on our dedicated resource page.


Call-in Information

NSN members are invited to join the live telecon by calling the toll-free line:  1-888-455-9236

Call up to 15 minutes before the telecon begins. An operator will ans wer and:
•  You will be asked for the passcode: NIGHT SKY NETWORK
•  You will be asked to give your NAME and the CLUB you belong to as well as the number of people listening with you.

About Dr. Williams
Dr. David A. Williams is an Associate Research Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. Dr. Williams is the Director of the Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies, the NASA Regional Planetary Information Facility at ASU. He is also the Director of the NASA Planetary Aeolian Laboratory at the Ames Research Center in California.

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