Lourdes University is partnering with Science Alliance for Valuing the Earth to present a free show in the Appold Planetarium on March 4, followed by a NASA Skype presentation.
Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Planetarium Coordinator Laura Megeath will present a program designed to prepare attendees for the NASA presentation.
Then, guests will gather in the Franciscan Center for a Skype presentation with Michael J. Miller, program manager for the Kennedy Space Center’s KaBOOM (Ka-Band Objects: Observation and Monitoring) Project.
The KaBOOM Project is NASA’s program which monitors asteroids and other near-Earth objects.
The program is free and open to the public.
For information, contact Sister Rosine Sobczak at 419-824-3691.
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