New App Prepares Citizen Scientists for 2019 Solar Eclipse in South America

On July 2, 2019, a total solar eclipse will be visible in the southern Pacific region, crossing land in both Chile and Argentina. The Eclipse Camera 2019 app developed by the Space Science Laboratory and Ideum will incorporate the Chilean and Argentinean public into a unique citizen-science project. The data collected by the public, during
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Forrest Mozer Awarded John Adam Fleming Medal

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Forrest Mozer who has been honored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) as one of the 2018 class of medalists. Mozer has been awarded the John Adam Fleming Medal in recognition of his outstanding achievements, contributions, and service to the Earth and space science community. The recipients of the AGU
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Parker Solar Probe Sits Atop Delta IV Heavy – Av Week 1st Place Space

The #ParkerSolarProbe sits on top a Delta IV Heavy #rocket🚀 at Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (August 2018). This photo, shot by #JHUAPL‘s own Ed Whitman, won first place in the #space category in the 2018 Aviation Week Photo Contest! 🎉 The Parker Solar Probe – designed, built, and operated
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2018 Novato Space Festival, August 5th

The Annual Novato Space Festival is coming up, Sunday August 5th, from 10 AM to 4 PM. There will be Astronauts, Exhibits, Jill Tarter from the SETI Institute. There are many interactive displays, exhibits and talks given the the Astronauts. Admission and Parking are FREE Learn more about the Museum