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Sifan Kahale
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Attended University of Wisconsin-Madison
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At 9:30pm PDT tonight I'm broadcasting "Challenges and Approaches to Star Flight" by Marc Millis from the Univ Hawaii's Makalani center. Hope you can join me online at http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu/liveVideo.php
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The Institute For Astronomy's open house is tomorrow night (Friday 10/23).  We will also be having 4 talks - one of which I'll be giving, using 3D models of the PanSTARRs observatory in a virtual world. The talks will be simulcast to the web at http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu/liveVideo.php starting 9:15 Pacific time.
9:15-9:30 pm  Jeff Kuhn  "The Sun, Existential Education"
9:40-9:55 pm  Gary Greenberg  "Sand – From The Earth To The Moon"
10:05 - 10:20 pm  Tom Schad  "How To Study The Sun"
10:30 - 10:45  pm  Sifan Kahale  "A Virtual Tour Of The Observatories"
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My turn to give a presentation at our monthly Astronomy talks.  I'm excited and scared at the same time ....  Friday at 9:30 pm PDT at http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu and follow the link. 
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Have fun...picture the audience naked is supposed to help-))
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It's that time again - this Friday I will be simulcasting our monthly astronomy talk:
University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy Presents: "The Art & History of the Microscope"
By Gary Greenberg
Friday, June 26th at 9:30 PM PDT
In the year 1600, the existence of a microscopic world was utterly unimaginable. A few years later, Robert Hooke published his famous book, "Micrographia: Or Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies made by Magnifying Glasses with Observations and Inquires Thereupon". This was the world’s first best seller, and it revealed for the first time the hidden world that exists beyond our everyday perception. Since its invention, visionaries have used microscopes to save lives and reduce human suffering. Today, microscopes can image individual molecules and atoms, and have spawned the burgeoning field of nanotechnology.
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Excellent exchange - should help many!
You know how some days you have the same conversation with several people? Today there is a definite theme in the messages I'm receiving- and it's all about unwanted feelings. There is a theme of resisting what is. There is w...
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I'm broadcasting our monthly astronomy public talk tonight at 9:30 PM PDT. It's trivia about the Air Force's huge-fast-mean machine that is our neighbor up there. http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu/liveVideo.php
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We will be having a partial solar eclipse tomorrow afternoon here in Hawaii. I'll be up at the summit broadcasting up to three different telescope out to the web. You can view it at http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu and follow the link for live broadcast. I should be live before 4pm HST and it will last until just after 6pm HST. We might get a storm tomorrow and we are hoping that at 10,000 ft we'll be above it. So expect either a solar eclipse or clouds or raindrops or me dancing the softshoe hoping it'll clear up !! Post a comment if you watch it tomorrow !!
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I will be simulcasting our Astronomy talk tomorrow (Fri). It starts at 6:30pm HST/8:30pm PST and can be viewed online at: http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu and follow the links.
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I'm simulcasting this months IFA astronomy talk: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star - How do we know what you are? At: http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu/liveVideo.php
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I'm broadcasting our monthly public talk tonight! 9:30 pm PDT at http://ps1puka.ps1.ifa.hawaii.edu/liveVideo.php. Dan O'Gara will be talking about laser ranging - measuring distance to the moon and satellites and what that tells us about gravity anomalies here on earth. See you on-line!
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  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Chemistry, Physics, French, 1968 - 1973
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