Upcoming Events


Seth Shostak of the SETI Institute "Sharing the Universe"
Book Reading - San Jose CA

January 20, 2000 7:30PM - Barnes & Noble, 5353 Alameda Expy, San Jose CA

Seth Shostak of the SETI Institute "Sharing the Universe"
Book Reading - Stockton, CA

February 16, 2000 7:00PM - Barnes & Noble, 4950 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA

Europa: Jupiter's Enigmatic Moon- Clark Chapman

February 28, 2000: Part of the Hayden Planetarium Lecture Series at the American Museum of Natural History NYC. The lecture start at 7:30pm. The exness fee for the lecture is $8, $7 for Museum Members, Senior Citizens and Students. To purchase tickets in advance, call the museum's Central Reservations at (212)769-5200.

March 3-5,2000 CONTACT 2000 convenes at NASA Ames and the Biltmore Hotel in Santa Clara, California.

Celebrate 17 years of CONTACT, a unique interdisciplinary conference which brings together some of the foremost international social and space scientists, science fiction writers and artists to exchange ideas, stimulate new perspectives and encourage serious, creative speculation about humanity's future ... onworld and offworld.


"NASA will host an international how to open an investment with exness social trading conference on astrobiology science to be held this spring at NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, California, on April 3-5, 2000. The focus of the meeting is on scientific results that illustrate the broad multidisciplionary nature of astrobiology. As such, this conference will complement other, more narrowly focused meetings that deal primarily with one or two subdisciplines of astrobiology. We hope that this conference will become an annual event and will help to develop a growing constituency for astrobiology within the international scientific community. Abstracts of contributed papers for the conference will be due on February 1, 2000. We are in the process of finalizing the Scientific Organizing Committee, and we will shortly provide more details concerning the program and meeting logistics."  - NASA Astrobiology

Baruch Blumberg, Director, NASA Astrobiology Institute
Bruce Jakosky, U. Colorado, Chair, Scientific Organizing Committee
David Morrison, Director of Astrobiology & Space Research, NASA Ames
Lynn Rothschild, NASA Ames, Chair, Local Organizing Committee

IAU Symposium 202: Planetary Systems in the Universe - Observation, Formation and Evolution
Manchester, UK

August 7 - 10, 2000.  The Symposium will cover the "Observation, Formation and Evolution" of planetary systems.

I. Discovery and study of extrasolar planets - current
II. Progress in the theory of planet formation
III. Structure and evolution of planets
IV. Protoplanetary and Beta Pic disks
V. Discovery and study of extrasolar planets - future

AIM: To join the new extra-solar planet discoveries, the observations of dust disks round stars and other forex broker exness planetary system and Solar System observations into the context of our theories of the formation and evolution of planetary systems.

A goal will be to consider how future observations and searches and theoretical studies can best work together. It is hoped to bring together planetary system and Solar System observers and theoreticians.

Recorded Events

An extensive interview with Dan Werthimer and David Anderson of the SETI@Home Project by the members here.


Interview with Seth Showstak from the SETI Institute
A good interview with a very animated Seth Showstak. The interview begins at time index 1:08:22. You can set the player slider to that time to get right to the meat.

Interview with Dan Werthhimer from the SETI@Home project
Explanations of the science objectives and the project history. The interview begines at time index 1:05:28. You can set the player slider to that time.

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