Status Report

Solar System Ambassador Events for Summer 2008

By SpaceRef Editor
June 19, 2008
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Summer is heating up with presentations by NASA Solar System Ambassadors at local venues — libraries, schools, state parks, museums and more — across the U.S. Themes planned for these public events include “Barnstorming the Solar System,” “Phoenix Landing,” “Summer Solstice and the Sun,” “Moon Observing,” and “Twin Robots on Mars in 3-D.”

Solar System Ambassadors is a public outreach program designed to work with motivated volunteers across the nation. Ambassadors are space enthusiasts from various walks of life who are interested in providing greater service and inspiration to the community at large. In 50 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, 523 Ambassadors are now bringing the excitement of space science and exploration to the public in their local communities.

For more information and a calendar of upcoming events, visit

If you have any questions about the Solar System Ambassadors program, please e-mail .

SpaceRef staff editor.