Astronomy for Everyone: Size & Scale of the Universe
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About This Class
Astronomy for Everyone: Size & Scale of the Universe is an exciting program about the universe from the very small to the very large that begins with an overview of the cosmos and all it contains, and culminates in the production of a cosmic quilt block using free tools provided by NASA. Images of celestial objects in space taken through robotic telescopes requested by you are sent to your email inbox for processing much like professional astronomers do.
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Kevin is a gifted astronomer and educator, having worked as a consultant with NASA, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory launched on the space shuttle with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and other ground-based observatories. Kevin won national and international awards in his field, was both a Wright Fellow and an Einstein Fellow, and did some work with Brookhaven National Laboratory. Besides the numerous workshops he's presented over the years at libraries, observatories, and science centers, some noteworthy ones include those made at Tufts University, State University of New York at Stony Brook, the National Science Teachers Association's National Convention, American Association for the Advancement of Science Breakfast with Scientists, and the National Parks Service.