Comets at GLPA
Comets were a recurring topic at the cialis buy purchase fast delivery 2013 Annual Conference of the Great Lakes Planetarium Association (GLPA) in Peoria, IL. Dayle Brown presented the Comet Festival Art Exhibit in a paper session and 250 mg viagra also exhibited a poster with early illustrations from her forthcoming book Skylore from Planet Earth: stories from around the world...Comets and Meteors. During the annual Astronomy Update, Ron Kaitchuck spoke of the uncertain nature of comets and the futility of predicting Comet ISON's outcome after perihelion. And in two Comet Activities workshops, Chuck Bueter introduced planetarians to making a comet with dry ice and other activities. Of course, much brainstorming , planning, and personal predictions occurred in the informal dialogue of lowest prices viagra uk the conference in the hallways, exhibit area, and hospitality suite.
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Images above courtesy of Dan Goins, John French, and Chuck Bueter.
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Amera stirs up a dry ice comet at the GLPA Comet Activities workshop, above, in Peoria, IL. Image courtesy of Dan Goins.
Sydnee juggles dry ice comets, below.