[amsat-dc] Fwd: Announcing a AMSAT's LCROSS "Lunar Bash" live event during 2009 AMSAT Space Symposium on Friday 0630 to 0900

Samudra Haque N3RDX n3rdx at amsat.org
Tue Oct 6 18:18:38 PDT 2009


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From: Samudra Haque <samudra.haque at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 1:53 PM
Subject: Announcing a AMSAT's LCROSS "Lunar Bash" live event during
2009 AMSAT Space Symposium on Friday 0630 to 0900
To: Amsat-bb <amsat-bb at amsat.org>


[I am requesting all to circulate this notice to a wide variety of
attendees, students, teachers - 73 de N3RDX/S21X]

Announcing AMSAT’s LCROSS “Lunar Bash” Live Special Event *
2009 AMSAT Space Symposium
Celebrating 40 Years in Space

Date: Friday October 9, 2009
Location/Time: 0600-0900 Crane A/B, Four Points Sheraton Hotel at BWI Airport
Hosted by Samudra Haque, N3RDX, N3RDX at amsat.org
Open to All 2009 AMSAT Space Symposium Attendees

Let’s Kick Up Some Moon Dust !

Join us in the Crane A/B rooms between at 0630 with other early bird
AMSAT attendees for a Presentation and Live Simulcast of NASA’s Return
to the Moon – and an once-in-a-lifetime event of the Lunar CRater
Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) impact into the Cabeus
crater on the Lunar Surface estimated at 0730 EDT. The event will
showcase NASA documentaries on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO)
and LCROSS missions, the Music Video “Water on the Moon” by NASA
Deputy Project Manager John Marmie and will shift to the live video
stream with commentary from NASA TV shortly before the actual impact
event.

As the best viewing of the impact site from Earth will be available to
ground based telescope located in the Mid-West and points towards the
West Coast we hope to see pre-recorded images/video clips well after
the impact event as it is relayed from observing communities. If such
images are available, we will post them during our open session.
Educators and Students can obtain digital copies of the presentation
materials from the host and can review “On the Moon” Educators guide
which contains learning activities for Students.
*In collaboration with NASA



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