Aurora Science Events for All Ages
Aurorasaurus is hosting various Aurora science events for all ages. What is Aurorasaurus? It is a worldwide citizen scientist project that has contributed research and discoveries to aurora science. Aurorasaurus is a community effort, only possible through the contributions of thousands of citizen scientists, scientific experts, team members and volunteers. Learn more at https://aurorasaurus.org/.
Kids: Q&A at Sun Camp (Wednesday, November 9)
Aurorasaurus is going to virtual SciFri Sun Camp! Register online and bring the little ones; on November 9 at 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET, Laura will join our NASA colleague Cristian Ferradas Alva for a kids’ Q&A all about the Sun and aurora! Hands-on magnet fun also included!Aurorasaurus is also excited to be engaging with Girl Scouts of Alaska through our SciAct partners Museum of the North, and with the West Sound STEM Network of teachers via our partners in the Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline (NESSP).
Adults: The MacGyver Session (Friday, December 16)
Are you going to the American Geophysical Union meeting this December? Aurorasaurus is excited to be involved with The MacGyver Session: The Place for Novel, Exciting, Self-Made, Hacked, or Improved Sensors and Software Solutions to Understand Space Weather, a session where citizen scientists shine! Presentations will be given in three segments: an online poster discussion from 8:00-9:00 CST, in-person posters from 9:00-12:30 CST, and oral presentations from 14:45-16:15 CST. Be sure to add them to your calendar!