About

Pam Hoffman is best known for producing National Space Society’s 14th International Space Development Conference in Cleveland, Ohio with over 600 in attendance.

She spent 5 years at Boeing in Huntington Beach, CA and served as a Technical Analyst on the Delta II part of the Delta family of rockets..

She ground a mirror for a 6″ F8 telescope and volunteered at NASA Lewis (now Glenn) for 3 years in the early 90s.

She LOVES giving presentations on space and astronomy topics.

Contact:  805-418-7044 | EverydaySpacer at gmail dot com

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  3. Stephanie says:

    Hi Pam!

    Thank you so much for your reply on the meetup group! A few years ago, my Astronomy Professor in College made me look at the sky in a completely different way. Ever since then, I’ve been curious about learning more and more about outer space. I’m still an amateur, but I’m looking forward to being part of this community.

    Cheers,

    Stephanie

    • Pam Hoffman says:

      Hi Stephanie!

      My pleasure. The night sky is part of our natural world. We need it for inspiration, amongst other things.

      I’m so glad you found us! There are so many cool ways to personally participate in this field. Let us show you how!

      Pam Hoffman
      EverydaySpacer.com

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  5. Greg says:

    What a fantastic shot, Pam. That puppy is an Atlas 5. If your camera’s date was correct, you saw that rocket blast off the very next morning–and right here at Vandenberg! I’m sorry I missed it.

  6. Pam Hoffman says:

    Hey Greg!

    That is exactly right. I was there participating in a NASA Social which I highly recommend.

    Read more about it here: http://spacer.pamhoffman.com/connect-collaborate-with-nasa/#.VfsnbH2Dp-R

    I finally made a page of all our numbered items, over 120 of them, and posted them here: http://spacer.pamhoffman.com/useful-links/jump-to-numbered-items/#.VfsnOX2Dp-Q

    I hope you find something you enjoy and take part in! This is an amazing field of endeavor.

    Pam Hoffman
    EverydaySpacer.com

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