The invitations went out so we also anticipate a return of Aurora (and hopefully STEVE too) it's been a long time since the famous.
5-6 Raffle prizes awarded
Tent Talks -
“What do black holes look like? The answer won't surprise you.
Seth Lockman returns - now as a Solar System . - to discuss this herculean endeavor and its amazing result.
How do you take a picture of one? The answer may impart figurative angular momentum to your skull.
Imaging M87 was a massive achievement for science - and for collaboration. In compositing the image, the Event Horizon Telescope- a global network of radio telescopes - was supported by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR), Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, and Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
Seth Lockman is largely comprised of atoms fused in stellar cores, heavier atoms forged by dying supergiant stars, and hydrogen atoms dating back to the nucleosynthesis epoch. He has lived all over the state of Maine, and earned his high school diploma from the Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
Shortly after graduating from UMaine Seth created a weekly half-hour talk show about the night sky and the universe. During its four-year run the panel interviewed some amazing guests, presented at STEM functions across the state, and became the first radio show to join the NASA Museum Alliance. Currently Seth manages social media for an aerospace startup in Brunswick Maine.”
Open show and tell- astro images
-In the Astro news
-Astro B movie theater
Date: Friday, 9/20/2019 - Sunday, 9/22/2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Talmage Observatory at Starfield, 43.452576, -70.604861, Plus code: F93W+23 Kennebunk, Maine, Kennebunk, ME 04043