The seed of astronomy was planted in me when I was 8 years old and my grandfather took me out to see Comet Hailey in the night sky. I was so amazed that the sky was capable of such a beautiful change. The sky became so magical and mysterious, that my curiosity could not be squelched.
I have worked for the park service for about 10 years in 9 different park units. I also worked for the LodeStar Astronomy Center in Albuquerque. I have given hundreds of astronomy programs in parks and planetariums over the past ten years and I am excited to be part of this class to be rejuvenated and given fresh ideas on how to bring astronomy to the public.
- United States
- Montrose, CO
- Course profiles
- Activity Guides: Sky Rangers Outdoor Astronomy Activities
- Activity Guides: How Big? How Far?
- Activity Guides: Change in the Universe - Patterns & Cycles
- Activity Guides: Light & Color
- Sky Rangers Fall 2010
- Become a Sky Ranger! NAI 2009 Follow-Up
- Sky Rangers Fall 2009
- Fall08 Online Workshop
- Sky Rangers Spring Follow-Up 2010
- Astronomy Behind the Headlines
- Sky Rangers Online Focus Group
- No Telescope? No Problem!
- Preparing for the International Year of Astronomy
- Continuing Explorations
- Astronomy Resources
- Sky Rangers Project Management
- Last access to site
- Sunday, 17 October 2010, 6:25 PM (9 years 104 days)