Hawai`i in Space

December 2004

A calendar of
Hawai`i Space-Time Events

and links to
Hawai`i Space Related Resources

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Upcoming Hawai`i Space-Time Events

WHAT'S UP?

Full Moon: December 26, 5:07 a.m. HST

Meteor Showers: The "Geminids" December 9-19, Peak: Dec 12-13 and 13-14
See:
 The Geminids - Gary W. Kronk's Comets and Meteor Showers

Hawaii Space Lecture Series
presents:

The Changing Surface of Mars


by
Dr. Norbert Schorghofer
Assistant Astronomer
Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology

THURSDAY - December 2, 2004
7:30pm

FREE
at the

NASA Pacific Regional Planetary Data Center
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Pacific Ocean Science & Technology, POST 544
1680 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822

For more information, call the NASA PRPDC at 956-3132 or check their website at
 NASA PRPDC

Do your homework: checkout the
 Apollo Launch Pad: Mars Terminal

Hawaiian Astronomical Society
Next Membership Meeting:


Tuesday - December 7, 2004, 7:30pm

at the Bishop Museum

Hawaiian Astronomical Society
STAR PARTIES!


Public Star Party December 4 at Dillingham

(Weather permitting)

HAS volunteers will set up telescopes to show you the Moon, any planets and whatever else is available.
What to bring: Lawn Chairs, light snacks.
What NOT to bring: Alcoholic beverages, white lights.

 Directions to the Dillingham Star Party site.

For more information see:
 Hawaiian Astronomical Society 2005 public events schedule

Sam Rhoads'
THE SKY TONIGHT STAR PARTY

First Monday each month at 7:00pm
at the Bishop Museum Planetarium

Explore our evening sky with a guided tour of the stars over Hawai'i
in Sam Rhoads' 'The Sky Tonight" program held at the Bishop Museum Planetarium
on the first Monday of each month.

General admission for others: $4 for adults, $3 for ages 4-12.
Admission is free for Bishop Museum members and members of the
Hawaiian Astronomical Society.

Reservations are highly recommended. Call (808) 848-4168.

For more information, see the
 The Sky Tonite

University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Institute for Astronomy Colloquia/Seminars

 Institute for Astronomy Colloquia/Seminars

some good 'planetary' stuff this month...


University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

Physics Department Colloquium Schedule - Fall 2004

"fascinating"

Hawai`i from Space

Space from Hawai`i

Satellite Predictions
(Tells you when & where to see satellites!)
Images of Space From Hawaii
Astronomical and Solar Observatories in Hawai`i

Hawai`i Space Related Resources
Space Research, Education and Technology Development in Hawai`i

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