Jul 29th: Summer Science Part Pluto

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Podcaster:  Dr. Pamela Gay and Georgia Bracey

Learning SpaceTitle: Learning Space 99: Summer Science Part Pluto

Organization: CosmoQuest

Link : http://cosmoquest.org

http://cosmoquest.org/x/educatorszone/learning-space

Description: It’s summer, and that means bored-child season. We have a cure though: Science. There are a ton of activities that you can do with your child, or with all the kids in the neighborhood. We don’t have time in our one hour to go over all the best, or even all our favorites, but hopefully we can get you started.

http://cosmoquest.org/x/educatorszone/learning-space

Bio: Dr. Pamela Gay is a professor at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.

Alice Enevoldsen currently volunteers as one of NASA’s Solar System Ambassadors. She has been working in planetariums since 1996, has a B.A. in Astronomy-Geology from Whitman College, and a Masters in Teaching from Seattle University. Her fascination with the stars led her to try her hand at astronomy research in Boston and Walla Walla, where she realized that her calling in life was actually to work in outreach and be a translator for scientists. Now she works hard to share her love of the stars and excitement about astronomy with as many people as possible.

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