September 10 Meeting: Dancing on the Moon*

Image: Solar cells power a moon base and the surface mining operations. (Artist's concept by Pat Rawlings of SAIC for NASA/Lewis)

Solar cells power a moon base and the surface mining operations. (Artist’s concept by Pat Rawlings of SAIC for NASA/Lewis)

The September meeting of the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) will take place Monday, September 10. Speaker for the evening will be NASA Engineer Bryan Palaszewski who will bring us close to home (astronomically) and discuss plans and ideas for humans to “live off the land”, establishing a permanent base on the surface of our nearest neighbor, the Moon!

The CAA’s monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of every month (except December) at 7:30 PM at the Rocky River Nature Center; 24000 Valley Parkway; North Olmsted, Ohio, in the Cleveland Metroparks.

Following the presentation and a brief social break, the club will conduct its membership business meeting.

* Okay, “Living on the Moon,” but we couldn’t resist a reference to an ancient Max Fleischer cartoon.

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