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Education on the Weekly Science Hour: TerraLuna!

By on September 19, 2012 in

Hi Everyone, Almost time for the weekly Science Hour. This week it’s education on tap with a first look at CQX’s new lesson unit to accompany Moon Mappers. Get your handouts here:  http://cosmoquest.org/Downloads/TerraLuna.zip

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The Moon, a Carnival, Hangouts, and More

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Hey, all! Nicole here with some quick updates. Firstly, the Carnival of Space for this week is posted at Supernova Condensate, so go see this week’s spacey goodness. Next, the crowd-funding project for space science, Uwingu, got an extension to their Indiegogo campaign, and they are almost to their goal with just 6 days left! […]

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CosmoQuest at DragonCon 2012

By on September 11, 2012 in

Well what can I say. CosmoQuest had its very first Dragon*Con, though all of us working there are pretty much Con veterans by now. If you’ve never been to a Dragon*Con, it is a singular experience that is hard to describe. You walk down the hall past Storm Troopers, anime characters, and wizards, stopping to […]

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Cosmic Castaways Premiere!

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You are cordially invited to join the crew behind Science on the Half Sphere (Pat, Curt, and John) and me, for a night to remember at Youngstown State University’s Ward Beecher Planetarium. Get your tickets now! On Thursday, October 4, we’ll be premiering a new planetarium show called, “Cosmic Castaways.” This show tells the story […]

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Science on the Half Sphere

Introducing Science on the Half Sphere

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We’re slowly working to grow our available resources. One of the next places we’re going to start focusing is on media production for traditional venues like planetariums. Thanks to a great partnership with the Ward Beecher Planetarium at Youngstown State University, we’ll be part of producing new shows that will be available to the planetarium […]

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