International Observe the Moon Night - Event Details
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International Observe the Moon Night
Location: Science and Technology Bldg, Room 108 and lawn
Lunar Observing 6:30-9:30 pm on the Lawn
Mini talks 7:00-9:00 pm
Gary Fujihara (Big Kahuna)
Origins and History of Lunar Meteorites
Rob Kelso (PISCES)
Learning from Petroglyphs: How to Protect the Apollo Lunar Landing Sites
Pierre Martin (UH Hilo P&A)
Exploring Galaxies from the Moon
Hawaiian Moon Calendar
Krystal Schlechter (UAC)
LADEE & Lunar Impact Observing
REAL Moon rocks on display!
NASA Apollo samples
& Lunar Meteorites
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 808-896-6582
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