What we're about

Everyday Spacer Providence is a Meetup for anyone with even a mild interest in space exploration, astronomy and similar topics.

You should join if you would like to go to a star party and look through a variety of telescopes and see objects in the night sky. Or maybe you like hearing lectures about interesting, updated topics from notable engineers and scientists.

Not your thing?

How about some hands-on/'maker' type events?

We'll list local events in each of these areas and more (see our topics list below).

If you decide to join, you can expect us to list as many events as we learn about in Providence and beyond. We'd love your help of course. And, if you become a member, you'll be expected to actually participate in something we list!

This is important.

It's not a 'meetup' if you never attend an event.

Please be sure to R.S.V.P. 'YES' if you intend to go. A 'NO' or no answer will be considered the same. If you happen to show up at an event with limited resources in spite of that, you may be turned away and we'll all be sad about that!

Mainly, we want to show you ways you can personally and directly participate in this exciting area and have FUN doing it!

If you ever need anything from us, do call or write. We'll include contact information anytime you join and we send you the traditional 'welcome' message - usually within a day or two.

Thank you and enjoy the events we already found and listed for you.

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Rosetta Zoo

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Find changes on Comet 67P and help us better understand the history of the Solar System

Between March 2014 and September 2016, ESA's Rosetta spacecraft kept Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko company as it traveled through the Solar System. Rosetta watched as the comet's icy surface was warmed by the Sun during its passage through the inner Solar System. Now we need your help to sort through the extraordinary visual archive Rosetta sent back to Earth, identifying surface changes and helping us understand how comets, some of the most intriguing and fascinating among Solar System objects, change and evolve. Rosetta was a unique mission - the first craft to fly with, rather than merely visit, a comet - and we hope you'll enjoy exploring and adding to its legacy through this project.

Catch us LIVE Friday, July 8th at 9pm Pacific time, or in a #replay, on the Everyday Spacer Facebook page or the Everyday Spacer YouTube channel...
Each week that we don't have a guest, we'll chat about something interesting that YOU can do involving space exploration, science, astronomy, like that.

Stop on by and ask questions or let us know if you have done anything like this. We want to hear from you!

We broadcasting live on Friday nights from Facebook and YouTube at...
9pm Pacific time
10pm Mountain time
11pm Central time
12midnight Eastern time
In North America

Just look for Everyday Spacer on either platform on Friday nights, or catch the replay later, at your convenience.

If You or Someone You Know Has Done Something Interesting With...

  • Space Exploration
  • Science
  • Astronomy

...like that, we'd love to share our live! Just pick a date and let us know what you'd like to talk about and, if it's on topic, we'll make you a guest on our show!

Message me here or send an email to: Pam at Everyday Spacer dot com if you have any questions or you would like to be a guest on our show!

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