Tuesday, March 31, 2009

[FOTHP] Hudnall Planetarium Needs a Part-Timer

Friends of the Hudnall Planetarium:
Hudnall Planetarium currently has openings for part-time Planetarium Educators. This is a fun job! It is for someone who is responsible, interested in science, and is not-too-shy. This person does not get a regular paycheck, but gets paid on a by-show, as needed basis. The hours are flexible but are usually mornings or weekends. It would be the perfect job for a stay-at-home parent with kids in school pr maybe a retired teacher who only wants to work about 2-3 days a week. If you would like more info, there is a brief description posted at:

http://planetarium.tjc.edu/Part-TimePlanetEd.htm

If you know someone interested, please have them read the online description and send in a resume.

Thanks!

Misty Barron
Scheduling Coordinator, Hudnall Planetarium
Voice: 903-510-2312
Email: mbar@tjc.edu


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Monday, March 23, 2009

[FOTHP]March Public Astronomy Lecture Series

Hudnall Planetarium

presents the

Spring 2009
Public Astronomy
Lecture Series

Speaker: Mike Scott, NASA Engineer, Barrios Technology Space
Shuttle Flight Design & Dynamics
Topic: "Space Shuttle Flight Operations"
Date/Time: Saturday, March 28, 2009 at 7:00 pm
Where: Apache Room 4, Rogers Student Center

The Public Astronomy Lecture Series (PALS) is an astronomical outreach
program of Hudnall Planetarium. PALS events are intended to keep the
public informed of recent news, events and discoveries related to
astronomy and space science. The series consists of monthly star
parties and programs presented by instructors, experts, and other
academic and scientific professionals. Each lecture is open to the
public.

The next lecture of the series will be held at the Hudnall Planetarium
on the TJC main campus on March 28, 2009 at 7:00 pm. Mike Scott,
Aerospace Engineer for NASA subcontractor Barrios Technology working on
space shuttle flight design and dynamics, will be speaking on "Space
Shuttle Flight Operations".


Future 2009 PALS lectures will be:
Date/Time Where
Speaker
April 25 7:00 P.M. Hudnall Planetarium
Ken Lambdin "Measuring the Universe"

Seating for each lecture is limited, and doors will open one-half hour
before each lecture. Admission is $3.00 per person. Hudnall
Planetarium is located in the heart of the Tyler Junior College main
campus near the intersection of Mahon Avenue and Lake Street. Free
parking is available.

For more information visit the Hudnall Planetarium website at
http://planetarium.tjc.edu or call 903-510-2312.


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Monday, March 02, 2009

[FOTHP] March Public Show

Friends of the Hudnall Planetarium,

HUDNALL PLANETARIUM PRESENTS "THE COWBOY ASTRONOMER"

This Saturday and Sunday, March 7th and 8th at 2:00 PM, Hudnall
Planetarium will feature the public presentation of "The Cowboy
Astronomer", a planetarium show that explores the stars from a cowboy's
point of view, narrated by cowboy humorist Baxter Black.

"The Cowboy Astronomer" is a skillfully woven tapestry of star tales
and Native American legends, combined with constellation identification,
star-hopping, and astronomy tidbits - all told from the unique viewpoint
of a cowboy astronomer who has traveled the world plying his trade and
learning the sky along the way.

Admission costs to "The Cowboy Astronomer" are $3.00 per person.
Tickets are available at the door one-half hour before each showing. No
seating is allowed after the show begins. For more information about
Hudnall Planetarium call 903-510-2312 or visit the planetarium website
at http://planetarium.tjc.edu. Hudnall Planetarium is located on the
main campus of Tyler Junior College near the intersection of Mahon
Avenue and Lake Street.

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