Stuff we have produced,

Published on May 13, 2013 A Walk Around the National Arboretum Bonsai Garden

Published on Apr 29, 2013 Fort Stevens. Washington D.C., Civil War fort that defended D.C. from Confederate attack by Jubal Early.

Published on Jun 18, 2013 National Star Party Washington Monument, June 14, 2013.

Published on Aug 1, 2013 Robert C Byrd Green Bank Telescope rotating at Green Bank National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

Published on Aug 8, 2013 Robert Naeye, Editor in Chief for Sky and Telescope Magazine, gives a presentation about the contributions of amateur astronomers to the field of astronomy by discovering exo-planets for Star Quest 10, at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank, WV.

Published on Aug 7, 2013 rough cut mc^3 great falls

"Power of Detachment" or "Goose and Butterfly" Published on Aug 2, 2013 Quantum entanglement between camera man and butterfly using higher order dimensions via the multiverse (wishful thinking perhaps).

Published on Jul 26, 2013 "Lost in Space: Now What" - Don Knapp, Margaret Noble Address presentation at the Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society's 2013 Conference. "Move the Pointer Slowly."
Don Knapp, a longtime member and pillar of the MAPS organization will deliver the 2013 Margaret Noble address speaking from a life of planetarium operation leading to his recent retirement. Don started in planetariums in 1972 with a BA in astrophysics from Indiana University. Through the years with his professional positions in four institutions, Don opened the skies to thousands of visitors in museums and school districts, and has played key roles in our own MAPS fellowship.
He is a past president of MAPS who also led the initiatives to start our website, edited the Constellation, and published conference proceedings. Don has chaired our nominations committee and in his last year of a long planetarium career, he co-hosted the 2011 MAPS Conference. His talk, "Lost in Space: Now What?", will enlighten us with characteristic light-hearted insights and the richness of his experience.
http://www.mapsplanetarium.org

Published on Jul 22, 2013 Philip Groce's presentation on Konica Minolta Planetariums and the Comet Ison at the Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society's 2013 Conference at the Earth Space Science Laboratory in Frederick Maryland.

Published on Jul 23, 2013 Patrick McQuillan's presentation at the Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society's 2013 Conference on IRIS, Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology, online resources for education and sharing knowledge about earthquakes and geology.

Published on Jul 16, 2013 Jimmie O'Dell Carroll is one of the original "Rocket Boys", as portrayed by the motion picture "October Skies" speaking at StarQuest X 2013 held at Green Bank, WV, National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

Washington Revels and Abraham Lincoln at Christ Episcopal Church Rockville, Maryland published on Jul 1, 2013 Washington Revels Heritage Voices and Abraham Lincoln at Christ Episcopal Church for Rockville Heritage Day.

Safer Hospital Care author Dev Raheja in the planetarium more than 2 years ago at the "Science Adventure Club" special thanks to Kenneth Freelain my friend.

Patapsco State Park Suspension Bridge - Test Shot for Full Dome Published on Sep 26, 2013
Suspension Bridge test shots for full dome planetarium projections. Patapsco State Park, Avalon Area bridge is over the Patapsco River south of Baltimore.Special thanks to Christine Marinko Schadegg.

Silver Spring City Place Fountain. Published on May 5, 2013
 

NCA, National Capital Astronomers, Meetings mostly at the University of Maryland Observatory on Metzerot Road

In 3Dvideo done by the MC^3 documentary group, video-grapher, students, and an astronomy faculty member. 

  1. Brett Denevi - the NASA Mercury mission "Messenger" Published on Aug 26, 2013 Brett Denevi, of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, presenting findings of the NASA Mercury mission "Messenger" to the National Capital Astronomers at the University of Maryland. There is ice at the poles of Mercury in craters where the sun does not shine.

  2. Sep 14, 2013:    Tilak Hewagama (UMd+GSFC), Exploring Planetary Atmospheres: Follow the Trace Constituents
  3. Oct 12, 2013:    Sarah E Brown (NCA), The Back Door to Astronomy
  4. Nov 09, 2013:    Kent Wood (NRL), An All-Sky Discovery Machine: A Gamma Ray Telescope and an Optical Survey Telescope
  5. Dec 14, 2013:    Douglas P. Hamilton (UMd), The Origin of Titan & Hyperion
  6. Jan 11, 2014:    Dan Lathrop (UMd), A Planetary Dynamo in the Laboratory
    SPECIAL LOCATION: In a lab at the University of Maryland.
  7. Feb 08, 2014:    Holly Gilbert (GSFC), Results from the Solar Dynamics Observatory
  8. Mar 08, 2014:    Elizabeth Hays (GSFC), Cosmic Ray Protons from Supernova Remnants
  9. Apr 12, 2014:    Henrique Schmitt (NRL), Using Optical Interferometry to Study the Structure of Stars, Active Galactic Nuclei and Geostationary Satellites
  10. May 10, 2014:    Craig Markwardt (GSFC), What NuSTAR Has Found So Far

Senior Physics Group, American Center of Physics, College Park, Maryland

  1. December 18, 2013: Paul Butler Exosolar Planets

Short INSTRUCTIONAL video on Astronomy

  1. The Celestial Sphere
  2. Refractive Telescopes for AS101
  3. Simple Spectroscopy

Changed last on 1:40PM Wednesday, April 16, 2014 by Dr. Harold Alden Williams.