Join the Planetary Society

My first exposure as an Everyday Spacer was through The Planetary Society about mid 80s I think.

From there, I found out about a lecture at the Natural History Museum in Cleveland, Ohio and I attended.  I was actually named in the acknowledgements section of the report which came out of that lecture.

The local, then, L5 Society had a table set up at this event and I joined right there.

I eventually got the report from that event.  I found my name in the acknowledgements, to my surprise.  I notice a number of other folks in the Cleveland area and started contacting them.

And on, and on, and on… to a whole string of different experiences involving space stuff.

And the adventure continues to this day.

It’s interesting to note how one simple thing in a life can spark a whole chain of possibilities if you go with it.  It’s a good way to see what lights up your life, just pay attention.

I know that The Planetary Society has membership opportunities.  I believe they start projects like a solar sail which launched a few years ago.  Under the ‘Get Involved’ tab on their page is a drop down menu with Events, Volunteer, Be A Space Advocate and Contests

See anything at The Planetary Society for you?

*Join if you like, seems to be the only criteria
*No mention of age limit to join
*There is a fee for membership, see projects and events for details


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