It’s been a little while since our last update about Astronomy magazine’s Discover the Universe program, but Jim Wessel, educational outreach chairman of the Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society, remedies that with news on his group’s latest success. Jim writes:
In addition to your handouts, we kept everyone excited with a variety of activities for both kids and adults, indoor and outdoor presentations, like a “How to make a comet” demonstration, and the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s InOMN display (featuring a real Moon rock!).
You’re very welcome, Jim! I’d have to agree that any event that attracts about more than 2,000 people is certainly a success, and we’re just happy to have played a small role. If you want to know how Astronomy magazine’s Discover the Universe program can help your club, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.