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These are locations and dates of FETTSS exhibitions around the world. Stay tuned as we add new locations.

Nido Fortified Science Discovery Center, Pasay City, Manila

Date: 17 February, 2014 - Ongoing

As part of the National Astronomy Week in the Philippines (February 17-21, 2014), this exhibit consisted of a collection of 40 images from FETTSS and from the NASA Hubble Space site. It was installed in the lobby of the Nido Fortified Science Discovery Center (NFSDC), located at the biggest mall in the Philippines, the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, Metro Manila. This was organized by Regulus Spacetech Incorporated. The exhibit will be used again to help educate the general public about astronomy.

Canon Marketing Philippines sponsored the printing of these photos on photo paper pro lustre using their Pixma printers and the images were so great. The venue was packed with kids everyday so it was a very informative event for each child. Some people were so curious that they came to see and take photos of the exhibit with them and their chosen planet or nebulae. The astronomy photo exhibit was a success!

It was also featured in this article: http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/features/science/28282-typhoon-affected-children-get-astronomy-treat

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J.F. Ching Planetarium, 411 Central Avenue Salinas, CA 93901

Date: 23 April - 22 June, 2012

We have exhibited FETTSS at various locations around the greater Santa Cruz area. It has been twice set up in the planetarium. In between it was at the Northridge Mall for a single event (Dia del Nino).

After our big on campus science event on the 19th it traveled to Santa Cruz. I showed one of the panels to the staff at the public library and they are excited to have it. Their plan is to divide the panels up amongst the different branches of the system and encourage patrons to travel to the branches to see more of the panels. With 10 branches, most will display only one panel while a few of the larger ones will have two or perhaps three.

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Musical event with Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Denmark

Date: 3 - 3 May, 2012

94 men and women in our wonderful orchestra had a little help from their friends in Aarhus. An opera choir from that town participated in the last movement of Gustav Holst’s “The Planets“.

Their singing suggested the farawayness of space after Neptune. Perhaps you know, that Gustav Holst didn’t involve Pluto in his musical work. Pluto was discovered in 1930.

Before ”The Planets” the orchestra led by British Rumon Gambas, performed ”La Mer” by Debussy.

Before the concert, during the pause, and after the concert the audience could look at my Power Point Show in a seven minutes repeated loop on five big TV screens in the foyer. The photos were partly from FETTSS and partly private photos.

They also had the chance of looking at my wall sheets with starwheels, brochures from our association, and some sheets of information about the planets in our solar system.

The idea was to show the concert goers the constellations of stars and the positions of the planets (and the moon) in the sky on this very evening. The third of May 2012!

My hope was that the concert goers would leave the concert with the music of Gustav Holst in their hearts and minds and – at the same time – having a chance of watching and recognizing Saturn, Mars, and Venus (and the nearly full moon) in the evenin sky. From Earth to the Solar System so to speak!

The following photos show the rehearsal – the concert – the concert hall – the wall sheets, star wheels – information sheets – the chairman of Tromsø Astronomical Association (looking at you with a star wheel in his hand).

Some of us from NAFA and the Urania Observatory are going to Tromsø in Norway in June to watch the passage of Venus on the midnight sun!

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Taipei Astronomical Museum, No. 363 Jihe Road, Shilin, Taipei, Taiwan

Date: 19 May, 2012 - ongoing

A digital and print exhibit in the lobby of the museum to be launched in time for the solar eclipse viewing.

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Science Students’ Society (S-Cubed), Malta

Date: 23 March, 2012 - ongoing

The exhibition will kick off at an event held on the 23rd of March at the University of Malta’s common room. This event will be a gathering between science students and lecturers. It is then aimed to continue in the premises of the Science Faculty buildings, Library or IT Services department where several people can view the exhibits for a longer period of time.

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the Space Center Houston , Houston, TX USA

Date: 1 - 30 December, 2011

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Portal de La Marina commericial centre, Ondara, Spain., Ondara Spain

Date: 1 - 10 December, 2011

This exhibit was organized by the Javea and District Astronomical Society based in Denia, Spain. We had two locations in the Portal de La Marina commercial centre in Ondara Spain to display the images and included text descriptions in English and Spanish attached to the images. Several thousand people passed through the mall during the period we were there and we had people from our group and a local Spanish group on hand for a couple of hours each morning and a couple each evening to answer questions and explain the images in a little more detail if required.

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Exploration Station at AGU, San Francisco, CA USA

Date: 4 - 4 December, 2011

As part of the AGU conference Exploration Station was a room setup with educational displays and activites open to the public.

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Carmel Planetarium and High School, 520 East Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032

Date: 19 October, 2011 - ongoing

FETTSS exhibit at the Carmel Planetarium and High School.

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Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro Mexico

Date: 15 August - 15 September, 2011

Thank you for supporting the presentation of FETTSS in Queretaro, Mexico. The Autonomous University of Queretaro is very grateful and also the entire community of Queretaro, the exhibition was a success. The exhibition attracted much attention and though it were 40 photographs, the Queretaro state government wants to display them to the public and in a larger format. So now we are making appropriate arrangements for this new exhibition which will have the complete collection of 90 images provided by you. Thanks very much for your support to me and the university.

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NAS Inter College and Science Center, Meerut India

Date: 1 August, 2011 - ongoing

Pictures taken at Deva Nagri College or DV College in Meerut, India. Sept. 1, 2011

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NASA Lunar Science Forum , Moffett Field, CA USA

Date: 19 - 21 July, 2011

The local traveling exhibit was displayed in the poster session tent throughout the Forum.

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National Air & Space Museum, Washington, DC USA

Date: 1 June, 2011 - ongoing

View Press coverage:

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Museum of Science & History, Corpus Christi, TX USA

Date: 9 - 30 May, 2011

FETTSS displayed at the Museum of Science & History and the local mall.

To view a video of the press coverage go to: http://www.kristv.com/news/visit-the-solar-system-at-la-palmera-mall/

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Cradle of Aviation Musuem, Garden City, NY

Date: 8 - 8 April, 2015

Used aa a slide show at the entrance to the museum for Astronomy Day on April 8, 2015

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Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX, USA

Date: 6 May - 31 December, 2014

FETTSS images have supplemented a Galactic Golf Exhibit at the children’s museum and the planetarium exhibit area.

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Tellus Science Museum, USA

Date: 7 December 2013 - 4 May, 2014

The exhibit will be placed in a space designated for temporary exhibits within the Science in Motion Gallery, a gallery devoted to the application of science and technology to transportation and exploration.

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Melaka Planetarioum Adventure Science Centre, Melaka Planetarium Adventure Science Centre, Kompleks MITC, Hang Tuah Jaya, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Malaysia

Date: 5 November 2012 - 15 January, 2013

The Year of the Solar System and Life in the Extreme Environment are a part of the exhibition topics we have planned for our Melaka Space Fair 2012 (which we are hosting here in Malaysia along with a team of NASA professionals). Our theme this year “Exploring the Unexplored” which we feel correlates with the Year of the Solar System. The Melaka Space Fair 2012 will include interactive hands on activities and exhibition on NASA’s exploration. The Melaka Space Fair 2012 dates are: 5th – 11th November, 2012. The exhibition will stay on until 15th January 2013.

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Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, MA USA

Date: 1 October, 2012 - ongoing

The Astrobiology exhibit opens October 2012 in approximately 1,200 sq. ft. on the Maryland Science Center’s 2nd floor, home to space science exhibits and the Davis Planetarium. The exhibit will use multiple images to illustrate locations of extremophiles on Earth, potential life in our Solar System and search for exoplanets. Images will be a combination of large back-lit transparencies, wall-size murals and smaller images on exhibit panels.

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Ghana Planetarium, 12 Osu Avenue Extension, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana

Date: 19 August, 2012 - ongoing

20 images will be used in a summer hut printed on heavy duty waterproof banners for a Teachers’ Workshop in August. Others will be inside the planetarium on the walls for the school year.

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Netherlands Space Office, Dwingeloo, Netherlands

Date: 12 July - 13 December, 2012

A multimedia exhibit will be displayed at the Planetron Cinedome.

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University of Calcutta, India

Date: 7 July, 2012 - ongoing

There will be an exhibit at Sur Bhavan Library in print format.

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Alakhawayn University Astronomy Club, Ifrane Morocco

Date: 7 July - 11 June, 2012

20 FETTSS posters will be displayed at the City Center of Ifrane to correspond with the GHOU/GTTP conference and an Astronomy Festival in the region.

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Universidad de los Andes, Bogota Colombia

Date: 2 - 31 July, 2012

We are planning to carry out the exhibition in the Santo Domingo room, that is a beautiful and appropriate exhibition hall of our institution (Universidad de los Andes). This was the first place where the FETTU exhibition was hosted in our country and it is often used to show the most important exhibitions of the university. The Universidad de los Andes (http://www.uniandes.edu.co/) is located in downtown Bogotá, the capital of Colombia. We plan to exhibit FETTSS also in several malls, libraries and interactive centers (in Bogotá and in others cities) in a similar way as we have come exhibiting FETTU.

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Astrobiology Laboratory Institute for Instructors, Manoa, Hawaii USA

Date: 2 - 31 July, 2012

The Astrobiology Master Teacher Cadre will host a workshop at the Astrobiology Science Conference in Atlanta April 16-20, 2012. FETTSS will be incorporated into the workshop. It will also be presented at the Astrobiology Laboratory Institute for Instructors in the summer of 1012 in Manoa, Hawaii.

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Bellefonte Art Museum, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania USA

Date: 1 June, 2012 - ongoing

The Penn State Astrobiology Research Center has partnered with the Bellefonte Art Museum for Center County for a FETTSS exhibit.

You can listen to the exhibitors talk about the exhibit and the Venus transit on the local NPR station: http://wpsu.org/radio/single_entry/LL-4236/stories

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Taylor Planetarium, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, MT USA

Date: 28 May 2012 - 11 March, 2013

The images will be used in a multimedia slideshow in the auditorium. It will be shown at various events with the Montana State University Astobiology Institute and Southwestern Montana Astronomical Society (local astronomy club).

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Blakemore Planetarium & Childrens Museum, 1705 W. Missouri Ave, Midland, TX 79701

Date: 26 May - 11 September, 2012

The exhibit combines the Children’s Museum and the Planetarium into a congruent visiting experience. There is an outdoor exhibit of images of many shapes and sizes between the Children’s Museum and the Planetarium. Inside the Children’s Museum are earth-based images coinciding with an exhibit called “A View From Space.” In the planetarium both print and digital images are displayed. The exhibit is seen during the Museum’s Septemberfest event, the largest yearly fundraising event the Museum runs. It is an annual art festival that attracts vendors and visitors from all over the United States.

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Cable Natural History Museum, 13470 County Hwy M Cable, WI

Date: 25 May 2012 - 14 April, 2013

FETTSS will be part of our new main annual exhibit, opening May 1, 2012, that serendipitously has a sun theme. It is called STAR POWER: Energy from the Sun. It focuses on the amazing fact that almost all the energy for life on Earth comes from the Sun. FETTSS will be an exhibit within an exhibit.

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CMS Science Night, Colleyville, Texas USA

Date: 18 - 18 May, 2012

My grade 7 accelerated science students created a community-wide Solar System Passport Game in honor of the YSS.   Students placed posters in the windows of 15 local business.  Each planet, asteroid, and NASA mission site included a passport code word.  Participants collected all 15 words to solve a mystery.  Passport code words were scrambled, but once deciphered revealed a 6 word question, a 5-word answer and a 4-word truth about life! 

The CMS Science Night is the concluding event for a fun celebration of NASA’s YSS!

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University of Central Florida, 4000 Central Florida Blvd. Orlando, Florida, 32816

Date: 1 - 31 May, 2012

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Observatorio Abrahao de Moraes, Valinhos Brazil

Date: 28 April, 2012 - ongoing

The exhibition will be part of a larger event celebrating the 40 years of the observatory. It will be a one day, open-door type event, which will probably receive about 1,000 visitors. The posters will remain up throughout the year for visitors to see.

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Astrobiology Science Conference, Atlanta, GA USA

Date: 16 - 20 April, 2012

The exhibit will be displayed at various locations at AbSciCon 2012.

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Prairie Fest , Fort Worth, Texas USA

Date: 31 March - 26 May, 2012

Prairie Fest: Fort Worth Prairie Fest is the annual fundraiser for Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area. Prairie Fest grew from a small neighborhood event in 2006 to become the “Best Outdoor Cultural Event in 2010”, according to the Fort Worth Weekly. By 2011, Prairie Fest had attracted hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors to Tandy Hills. For 2012, Prairie Fest has been re-imagined and re-focused back to discovery and enjoyment of Tandy Hills, itself. Instead of a single event, there will be three festivals throughout the Spring on the last Saturdays of March, April and May.

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Hiller Aviation Museum, San Mateo, CA USA

Date: 16 March - 6 April, 2012

The Hiller Aviation Museum (http://www.hiller.org/) celebrates the human spirit of adventure expressed in the history of aviation in Northern California and beyond. The local traveling FETTSS exhibit was a wonderful addition to our museum.

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Science City @ Union Station, Kansas City, MO USA

Date: 5 March - 16 April, 2012

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Menlo School, Menlo Park, CA USA

Date: 27 February - 15 March, 2012

The local traveling FETTSS exhibit was on display at the entrance of the Menlo School Library (http://library.menloschool.org/content.php?pid=221334).

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Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA USA

Date: 6 February, 2012 - ongoing

The Pennington Planetarium is hosting the International Planetarium Society in July 2012 and this exhibit will be a great asset. Some 400 planetarians and astronomy educators from around the world will attend this conference.

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Keene Public Library, Keene, NH USA

Date: 6 February, 2012 - for two years

We will have the exhibit up in February 2012 for several years. The library and the Astronomy Club present a month long series of free astronomy lectures at the library.

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Strategic Air & Space Museum, Ashland, NE USA

Date: 28 January - 6 May, 2012

The exhibit will be up to facilitate school field trips and education programming, astronomy parties and our annual Space Day events.

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Alameda County Library, Alameda, CA USA

Date: 23 January - 15 February, 2012

The local traveling FETTSS exhibit was on display for library patrons to enjoy.

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Gravity Discovery Centre, Gingin, WA Australia

Date: 9 January, 2012 - ongoing

The Gravity Discovery Centre engages visitors with the wonders of our Universe. This collection will play in a rolling slide show on a 32” screen.

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Saratoga Library, Saratoga, CA USA

Date: 3 - 20 January, 2012

The local traveling exhibit was on display for library patrons to enjoy.

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Challenger Learning Center at Shawnee, 4001 Herman Street Louisville, KY 40212

Date: 2 January, 2012 - ongoing

We are the newest Challenger Learning Center to open. Our center has been fashioned out of an old high school gym built in the 1920’s. While the building is architecturally stimulating, our center is state of the art. The images will be on display in our classroom where students, teachers, community groups and local officials can appreciate them.

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Foster City Library, Foster City, CA USA

Date: 5 December 2011 - 3 January, 2012

The local traveling exhibit was on display for library patrons to enjoy.

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Book Fair at the Coates Elementary School, Herndon, VA USA

Date: 3 - 9 December, 2011

Images from FETTSS will be displayed for our library Book Fair.

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Bay Area Science Festival, San Francisco, CA USA

Date: 5 - 5 November, 2011

FETTSS was on display at the Giants baseball stadium in SF for the Bay Area Science Festival.

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Stella Maris College, Gzira Malta

Date: 31 October - 14 November, 2011

The FETTSS exhibition will be on display commemorating the 50th anniversary of mankind’s space venture with involvement of the US and Russian embassies in Malta.

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Tech Museum, San Jose, CA USA

Date: 31 October - 5 November, 2011

The local traveling exhibit was on display for museum patrons to enjoy.

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Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro Mexico

Date: 30 October - 15 November, 2011

We plan to display 40 images for the Facultad de Bellas Artes.

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SACNAS Conference, San Jose, CA USA

Date: 27 - 29 October, 2011

The local traveling exhibit was on display for the SACNAS attendees to enjoy.

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Exposhow exhibit hall at Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos Brazil

Date: 24 October, 2011 - ongoing

We are planning an Astronomy event at the science fair which will have thousands of visitors. Among the material to be displayed are: a planetarium-like interactive journey in an inflatable-dome, meteorite collection and the FETTSS images. We hope to display the exhibit at other locations in Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais states including Universities, Science Centers and exhibit halls.

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National Week of Science and Technology, Sao Paulo Brazil

Date: 17 - 23 October, 2011

FETTSS will be displayed at various schools, shopping malls, events and science fairs for the National Week of Science and Technology.

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Geophysical Institute of Peru, Lima Peru

Date: 13 October, 2011 - ongoing

We will improve our local exhibit with FETTSS images. Every month we have a special day where we show these amazing images.

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Cranbrook Institute of Science, 39221 Woodward Avenue Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303

Date: 12 October 2011 - 14 March, 2012

We will launch the exhibit in October 2011 with the opening after upgrades to our planetarium and observatory.

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Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria Egypt

Date: 11 October, 2011 - ongoing

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina aims to be a center of excellence in the production and dissemination of knowledge and to be a place of dialogue, learning and understanding between cultures and peoples. BA seeks to recapture the spirit of the original ancient Egyptian Library of Alexandria. (http://www.bibalex.org/) We are happy to exhibit FETTSS.

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Casper Planetarium, Casper, WY USA

Date: 8 October, 2011 - ongoing

We will be displaying 19 images of moons only for International Observe the Moon Night.

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Science Centre Heureka for “Space Journey 2011”, Vantaa Finland

Date: 8 - 9 October, 2011

We will be projecting approximately 60 images as part of the World Space Week local main event “Space Journey 2011”. It is a collaboration between Ursa Astronomical Association and Space Centre Heureka.

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Biblioteca José M. Lázaro, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras Puerto Rico

Date: 4 - 28 October, 2011

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Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, Museum of Science & History, 1025 Museum Circle Jacksonville, FL 32207

Date: 3 October, 2011 - ongoing

Printed images will be displayed in two locations. The first is our “Space Gallery”, an exhibit area leading to the main entrance of the planetarium. The second are would be the external planetarium wall that faces the museum’s second floor main exhibit are.

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Schaumburg Township District Library, 130 South Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193

Date: 3 October - 19 December, 2011

20 images will be mounted on kiosks and displayed in our lobby and adult reference area.

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Via Dante Street, Milan Italy

Date: 3 October - 11 November, 2011

We will display 80 images on Via Dante in Milan for the 150th anniversary of our country.

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Coffee shops throughout the region, Wellington New Zealand

Date: 5 September - 25 November, 2011

Wellington is a coffee culture and lacks accessible spaces for traditional large exhibitions. As such, FETTSS images will be scattered throughout coffee shops in the Central Wellington region and likely pass on to Auckland and Christchurch.

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New Meade County Public Library, Brandenburg, KY USA

Date: 5 September, 2011 - ongoing

The exhibit will be launched to coincide with the grand opening of the new library in September.

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Delta College Planetarium & Learning Center, Bay City, MI USA

Date: 5 September 2011 - 22 June, 2012

We will project approximately 20 images on a 48 foot planetarium dome. The image selection will change monthly.

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Mauro-Sheridan Technology, Science and Communications Magnet School, 191 Fountain St New Haven, CT 06515

Date: 5 September 2011 - 20 April, 2012

We will launch the exhibit in September for the opening of our school and it will run through our Technology and Science Fair. It will be featured for Earth Week in October.

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several schools, Nazelles-Negron France

Date: 5 September, 2011 - ongoing

We will exhibit 20 posters for the beginning of the school year at our school and the house of the Loire in Montlouis.

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Sheffield Astronomical Society, Sheffield United Kingdom

Date: 29 August, 2011 - ongoing

FETTSS images of planets, moons and small bodies will be used in our portable display at various public events such as scout groups, science events, society events and public outreach events.

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NASA IT Summit, San Francisco, CA USA

Date: 15 - 17 August, 2011

All images will be displayed on a video wall for the IT Summit.

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University Avenue Elementary and Jackson Middle School Observatory, Blaine, MN USA

Date: 8 August, 2011 - ongoing

The images will be displayed throughout the hallway and in the science lab at our school. We are transitioning into a magnet program, which is focused on aerospace and children’s engineering. Our display will be ready for the open house and available throughout the school year.

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Radford University Campus, Radford, VA USA

Date: 1 August, 2011 - ongoing

Starting in August 2011: rotating between Reed-Curie Halls (conjoined science buildings), the Heth Student Center and the Hurlburt Student Center on the Radford University campus.

Late fall 2011: Radford Recreation Center (city community center, http://www.radford.va.us/departments/recreation-department/recreation-department-home.html)

Early spring 2012: Radford City Schools (there are only 4 of these in the city): http://www.rcps.org/.

Ongoing (rotating posters): In the hallway outside of the Radford University Planetarium (http://planetarium.radford.edu). These will be seen by numerous K-12 school groups that I bring in for our Science Days, which involves these groups visiting campus for a day rotating through the planetarium, a physics show, a chemistry show, our geology museum and our greenhouse.

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Traveling through Guanajuato, Guanajuato Mexico

Date: 1 August - 30 December, 2011

The exhibit will be displayed at various places in Guanajuato state. Valle de Santiago, Yuriria, Uriangato and other.

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Mystery of Natural History Museum, Kingsport, TN USA

Date: 1 August, 2011 - ongoing

We plan to do an exhibit on Space and The Solar System in our museum consisting of 20-25 images, as well as several meteorite specimens.

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Instituto Ciencias Astronomicas de la Tierra y del Espacio, Buenos Aires Argentina

Date: 18 July - 18 August, 2011

We will exhibit for the Tecnopolis Science Show for 30 days.

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Montana State University, Bozeman, MT USA

Date: 15 July, 2011 - ongoing

The FETTSS images will be exhibited digitally in our on-campus multimedia center called Studio 1080. Studio 1080 (http://eu.montana.edu/studio1080) is a collaborative multimedia center located in our Engineering and Physical Sciences Building. The center uses a collaborative software system called MMAPS to develop museum-style exhibits featuring the work of students, staff and faculty of MSU and our partners.

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Centro de Investigaciones de Astronomia, Caracas Venezuela

Date: 15 July - 15 December, 2011

20 images will be displayed at the Science Museum for the Astronautics development in Venezuela Exhibition.

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A mobile traveling exhibit , Campos dos Goytacazes Brazil

Date: 11 July, 2011 - ongoing

30 images will be displayed for the National Week of Science and Technology.

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Traveling outreach program, Cholula, Puebla Mexico

Date: 11 July, 2011 - ongoing

An outreach program traveling to schools and small communities.

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Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Victoria British Columbia

Date: 5 July - 18 October, 2011

A looping film of all the FETTSS images will be displayed at the OEA building and 2 SONY Style Stores in Mayfair Centre and the Bay Centre.

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Planetarium Beisbroek, Bruges Belgium

Date: 4 July, 2011 - ongoing

This is a replacement exhibit of old images on rotating cilinders. The exhibit covers planets, earth and moon, asteroids, comets and moons, and the sun.

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Sci-Quest Hands-on Science Center, 102D Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL 35805

Date: 1 July, 2011 - ongoing

We plan to do an “electronic exhibit” to be used in our Immersive Theater. We will do separate presentations for each grouping of images and each will be about 20 minutes long. These presentations will be shown in the theater which seats 65 and has high definition capabilities. We will offer the presentations several times daily throughout the summer and add on a new presentation each month.

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Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford, OK USA

Date: 27 - 30 June, 2011

The images will be highlighted as hundreds of people will be in the Museum for our Annual Stafford Air & Space Camp. The theme this year is “A Trip to the Moon” with points of interest noted for other moons as well as Earth’s.

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Challenger Learning Center of Maine, Bangor, ME USA

Date: 24 June, 2011 - ongoing

The specific reason for the exhibit is the Astronauts Ball. This will be followed by an ongoing display at the Challenger Learning Center.

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Kopernik Observatory, Space Science Lab, 698 Underwood Road Vestal, NY 13850

Date: 24 June - 30 September, 2011

A digital presentation will run summer through fall at the observatory.

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Stanford University Solar Center, 452 Lomita Mall Stanford, CA 94305

Date: 13 June, 2011 - ongoing

We will display printed images from FETTSS in the halls of the Physics and Astrophysics building.

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San Diego Air and Space Museum, San Diego, CA USA

Date: 6 June 2011 - 25 June, 2013

We are using the FETTSS images as the basis for a powerpoint presentation that will be given at various schools in San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles.

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Destination Imagination Expo, Knoxville, TN USA

Date: 25 - 28 May, 2011

A digital display will be shown at the NASA MSFC booth. 16,000 attendees are expected.

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