Hey if you want to sit in on this teleconference just follow the instructions.
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From: "Night Sky Network" <David.W.Martin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
NSN Members: You are invited to join us tonight for a very special telecon!
On April 28, at 9:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM PT Hubble scientist Dr. Brandon Lawton
will discuss 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope and the incredible
contributions it has made to our understanding of our Universe, with a focus on
its famous "Deep Field" images.
Slides are now available on our resource page or via this direct link .
NSN members are invited to join the live telecon by calling the toll-free line:
Call up to 15 minutes before the telecon begins. An operator will answer and:
You will be asked for the passcode: NIGHT SKY NETWORK
You will be asked to give your NAME and the CLUB you belong to as well as the
number of people listening with you.
Hubble’s Views of the Deep Universe
The Hubble Space Telescope has pioneered the exploration of the distant
universe with images known as the deep fields. The deep fields have given
astronomers unprecedented access to understanding how galaxies form and evolve
over the cosmic history of our universe, from shortly after the Big Bang to
today. For this Hubble 25th anniversary talk, I will offer a retrospective view
of Hubble’s contributions to the exploration of the deep universe, and offer
some fresh glimpses of what Hubble is currently doing to further our
understanding of the distant universe. I will also highlight some of Hubble’s
iconic imagery released this anniversary year. I will end with information on
how to learn more and resources for the Night Sky Network community.
About our Speaker
Brandon Lawton is an astronomer in the Office of Public Outreach at the Space
Telescope Science Institute (STScI) – the science operations center for the
Hubble Space Telescope and the future James Webb Space Telescope. He got his
PhD in astronomy at New Mexico State University in 2008, followed by a
postdoctoral position at STScI where he used Spitzer Space Telescope data to
explore star formation in our neighboring galaxies, the Magellanic Clouds. Dr.
Lawton has been a member of the Office of Public Outreach since 2011 where he
works with the Hubble and Webb education and outreach teams, as well as with
the br oader NASA education and public outreach community, to deliver accurate
cutting-edge science content to students, educators, and the general public.