Sept 18th: Learning Space talk about Starmap Media

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Podcaster: Nicole Gugliucci, Georgia Bracey, Carolyn Collins Petersen

Title : Learning Space: Planetarium Show

Organization: CosmoQuest

Link : http://cosmoquest.org

You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/0QCmwOtRyMY

Description: Learning Space is a weekly show about astronomy and science education and outreach. We’ll be joined by guest Carolyn Collins Petersen to talk about how you can get a planetarium show in your pocket through Starmap media, plus her recent book which gives you a crash course on astronomy.

Bio: Nicole Gugliucci is a postdoctoral astronomer and educator with CosmoQuest. Now at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Georgia Bracey is from Cosmoquest and Research Associate at SIUE STEM Center

Carolyn Collins Petersen is a science writer and show producer for Loch Ness Productions, a company that creates astronomy documentaries and other materials. She works with planetariums, science centers, and observatories on products that explain astronomy and space science to the public. Her most recent projects were the Griffith Observatory astronomy exhibits in Los Angeles and the California’s Altered State climate change exhibits for San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences. She has co-authored several astronomy books, written many astronomy articles, and is currently working on a new documentary show for fulldome theaters, a vodcast series for MIT’s Haystack Observatory, and a podcast series for the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

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