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PSI Active at International Observe the Moon Night 2019 Event

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Sanlyn Buxner shows a youngster how an infrared camera sees the temperature of objects.

PSI’s Pamela Gay was the featured speaker at International Observe the Moon Night 2019 activities at the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium on the University of Arizona campus. Gay, a Senior Education and Communication Specialist and Senior Scientist discussed how collisions have resulted in the formation of moons and shaped other space objects. 

Education and Communication Specialist and Research Scientist Sanlyn Buxner and Volunteer Macey Brown offered hands-on activities including PSI meteorite kits, infrared camera, and lunar images that helped NASA pick out landing sites for Apollo missions.

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Macey Brown discusses how lunar landing sites were selected by NASA.

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Pamela Gay was the events featured speaker, discussing how collisions can make, or break apart, planets.

Nov. 3, 2019
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