This Saturday, 12 July 2014 is the July General Meeting of the SJAA. Social time starts at 7:30, announcements and other club business begins at 8pm, and our speaker starts shortly thereafter.
Our speaker this month will be Dr. Richard Elphic from NASA's Ames Research Center. His talk is titled "Barnstorming the Moon: Adventures of the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer." This talk will describe the LADEE mission and some of the initial science results, including how the moon "breathes". Yes, breathes. The moon is apparently not dead.
As usual, the SJAA board will be meeting at 6PM that night, and it's open to all, so please come and participate in the inner workings of your highly active astronomy club. The SJAA mission is to provide education about astronomy and related sciences to members and the public.
It all happens at the Hall, bldg 1, at San Jose's Houge Park.
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