Karin Hauck created the event Hang out with Solar Week scientists

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Hang Out with Solar Week Scientists

Solar scientists will be hanging out in a virtual meeting space,
ready to talk with you and answer your questions each day this week
(except for Thursday, when we have the Live Webinar). Check out the
pages for each day for the meeting time and link. We&#39;re using Zoom
for these hangouts, so make sure you have it installed on your device.

*Next hangout: *Friday: 11am-12pm PDT /2 -3pm EDT:
<a href="https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/440511329">https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/440511329</a></pre>

2 months ago

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week LIVE Webinar

<p style="margin-left: 30px;">The NSF&rsquo;s Inouye Solar Telescope recently took the best image of the Sun&rsquo;s surface that has ever been taken. This telescope is an engineering marvel, focusing enough energy to boil a pot of water in three seconds onto a spot the size of a quarter in order to bring us the most detailed pictures of our local star. We&rsquo;ll look at how the telescope works, and some of its science goals, as well as dissecting just what the new images are showing us.</p>

2 months ago

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Thursday LIVE webinar: What's behind the best picture of the Sun we've ever taken?

#NASASolarWeek youth-oriented LIVE webinar Mar 26 at 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT! Dr Claire Raftery: "Caramel Corn or the Sun—what's behind the best picture of...

2 months ago

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week

Solar Week is a lively week of classroom lessons, games and activities about the Sun, geared toward ages 9-14.

12/3/2019

Karin Hauck created the event Cal Day

Cal Day is the UC Berkeley Open House, and it's the only day of the year that the Space Sciences Lab is open to the public.

12/3/2019

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Live Webinar on Friday, Oct. 25th, with NASA's Holly Gilbert on "Touching the Sun—a new age for Solar Science"

Great news@ -- Dr. Holly Gilbert of NASA is the solar scientist will be doing this Solar Week's LIVE (you can ask questions!) WEBINAR - her presentati...

10/21/2019

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week -- www.solarweek.org

Invite your class or after-school group to join us for Fall 2019 Solar Week, October 21-25


www.solarweek.org


Please join us for Solar Week/ Fall 2019, October 21-25 — a lively week of online curriculum and fun activities about our sun for grades 5-9 or youth ages 11-14 — including classroom activities, scavenger hunts and games, and featuring an online interactive discussion board where your class or group can ask a question of leading solar scientists. At some point during the week, we will also feature a 30-minute live youth-oriented webinar for more interaction with a chosen scientist. With a major NASA mission heading closer to the sun than ever before, these are exciting times for sun-related science!

9/6/2019

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Live webinar will take place on March 21: Aurora Citizen Science and the Power of the Crowd

We're excited to announce that the spring 2019 Solar Week live webinar will take place on March 21 with Dr. Liz MacDonald of Auorasaurus talking about...

3/18/2019

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week Live Webinar: Auroras and Citizen Science

Join us for a live youth-oriented webinar Thur March 21 at 3 pm EDT / 12 noon PDT! #NASASolarWeek presents #aurora scientist Dr Liz MacDonald on auroras and citizen science. See http://www.solarweek.org for details, tune in a few mins before https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/388378362 (to get Zoom).

2/27/2019

Karin Hauck created the event Cal Day - Space Sciences Lab open to public!

Cal Day - the UC Berkeley Open House -- is on April 13. It's the one day the Space Sciences Lab is open to the public. Come learn about the Lab!

2/27/2019

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week - Spring 2019

www.solarweek.org

11/30/2018

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Live youth-oriented webinar Thurs. Oct. 25th with Dr. Yari Collado-Vega

Solar Week presents: Join us for a live youth-oriented webinar on Thurs. Oct. 25th at 3 pm EDT / 12 noon PDT! as we present space weather scientist...

10/23/2018

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Help us improve our educational offerings

Calling all educators, would you help us improve our educational offerings -- including Solar Week -- by answering our survey? https://goo.gl/forms/i...

10/12/2018

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week: youth-oriented live webinar with space weather scientist Dr. Yari Collado-Vega

Solar Week: youth-oriented live webinar with space weather scientist Dr. Yari Collado-Vega


You are invited to join our next Solar Week webinar, on October 25:


Topic: Solar Week: Space Weather


Time: Thursday, October 25 at 3 pm Eastern, 2 pm Central, 1 pm Mountain, 12 noon Pacific, 11 am Alaska, and 9 am Hawaii


Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/917762675


Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +16699006833,,917762675# or +16465588656,,917762675#


Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):


US: +1 669 900 6833 or +1 646 558 8656 or +1 877 853 5247 (Toll Free) or +1 877 369 0926 (Toll Free)


Webinar ID: 917 762 675


International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/aecLD1ghJe


Zoom software is a quick and easy download. Please join a few minutes ahead of time – by clicking on the link above -- on October 25th.

10/10/2018

Karin Hauck created the event NASA Mars Science: Webinar—An Overview of a Storm at Mars

Join us as Dr. Christina O. Lee of the Space Sciences Laboratory at UC Berkeley describes how a solar eruptive activity impacted the space environment around Mars, including its atmosphere and the radiation environment at the surface.

9/18/2018

Karin Hauckcreated the topic: Help us with future Solar Weeks by filling out our survey

Calling all educators & group leaders who have participated in Solar Week: Please help us plan for future Solar Weeks by filling out our survey: h...

3/22/2018

Karin Hauck created the event Solar Week presents: A Webinar with Dr. Nicky Fox of NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission

*****Webinar Information****

Topic: Parker Solar Probe: The Coolest Hottest Mission Under The Sun


Description: Meet Dr. Nicky Fox in this youth-oriented 30-minute webinar. She is the Project Scientist for NASA's Parker Solar Probe, a mission launching this year to study the Sun from closer than any probe has before. Dr. Fox will describe the mission and its scientific goals and then will take your questions about the Sun and the Parker Solar Probe.

 

Time: Thursday, Mar 22, 2018 --  1 pm Eastern Time, 12 Noon Central, 11:00 am Mountain and 10:00 am Pacific Time (US and Canada).



Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/5614991917


Or iPhone one-tap :


    US: +16699006833,,5614991917#  or +16465588656,,5614991917#


Or Telephone:


    Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):


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3/16/2018

Karin Hauck created the event NASA Mars Science: MAVEN Webinars—The Story Mars tells about planet formation and migration in the e

NASA Mars Science: MAVEN Webinars


You are invited to join our next Mars MAVEN webinar, on February 28 (1pm HT, 3pm ADT, 4pm PDT, 5pm MDT, 6pm CDT, 7pm EDT):


Making Mars: The story Mars tells about planet formation and migration in the early Solar System

Mars' composition and properties were influenced by where and how it formed. Join Dr. Katherine Kretke of the Southwest Research Institute to learn about planetary formation and migration and how Mars is proving to be a crucial piece of evidence as we try to understand how and where our planets formed.


 


Topic: Making Mars


Time: Wednesday, February 28 at 7 pm Eastern, 6 pm Central, 5 pm Mountain, 4 pm Pacific, 3 pm Alaska, and 1pm Hawaii


Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/4223033278


Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +14086380968<

2/28/2018

Karin Hauck created the event NASA Mars Science: MAVEN Webinars—Do Habitable Worlds Require Magnetic Fields?

Do Habitable Worlds Require Magnetic Fields?

What does it take for a planet to be hospitable for life? Join MAVEN Co-Investigator Dr. Dave Brain of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) to learn about the role that a global magnetic field may play in the evolution of a planet’s atmosphere and in planetary habitability.

2/26/2018

Karin Hauck created the event Mars MAVEN Webinar: Deep Dips: Designing a Mission Orbiter

NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission has been orbiting Mars since 2014, making periodic “deep dips” to sample the Mars upper atmosphere. Lockheed Martin designed the MAVEN spacecraft and manages mission operations. The spacecraft is based on the flight-proven designs of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and the Juno spacecraft, designed and built by Lockheed Martin, which has since based the design of NASA’s OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft on lessons learned from MAVEN. Join Guy Beutelschies, former Lockheed Martin Program Manager for MAVEN and current Vice President of Communications Systems to learn about the challenges engineers face in designing missions like MAVEN for success.

9/22/2017

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