NB: You will need to have a login to the NASA Night Sky Network (NSN) in order to participate in this webinar. You can register for a login with the Fargo-Moorhead Astronomy Club at our NSN page. >> Click here to register for an NSN login
The Voyager Spacecraft: Exiting the Solar System
Join the NASA Night Sky Network on Monday, November 18 at 6:00pm Pacific/9:00pm Eastern when Trina Ray of NASA/JPL will discuss 40 years of exploration by NASA's two Voyager spacecraft, and how they con1tinue to discover incredible science and set even more records 30 years after their last planetary flyby.
You can find registration links and more information on the webinar resource page (NSN login required).
About Trina Ray
Trina is an astronomer and systems engineer at NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she started her career with a bang - working on the Voyager Neptune Encounter in August of 1989. She is currently the Investigation Scientist for the ice penetrating radar instrument on NASA’s newest flagship mission – Europa Clipper. Along the way she was on the Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn (JPL/NASA) for over 20 years specializing in planning the science timelines of all the Titan flybys, but also working up to the Cassini Science Planning and Sequencing Team Deputy, the team that coordinated all the science and uplinked all the commands to Cassini
Registration and More Information
Additonal information about the Voyager spacecraft and our speaker are available on the Voyager Spacecraft: Exiting the Solar System webinar page (NSN login required).The recording will also be posted afterwards to the webinar page and NSN YouTube page.