“An Evening With Ken Ruffin” at “A Galaxy Called Dallas”, Saturday, March 11
Near Earth Asteroids: What Can We Do About Them? is being presented by National Space Society (NSS) Director Ken Ruffin for the Saturday Science Series event at A Galaxy Called Dallas, 1238 Belt Line Rd #138, Garland, Texas, USA 75042, on Saturday, March 11 at 7 p.m. Space and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) enthusiasts from across the Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW) Metroplex and beyond are encouraged to attend.
This is what National Space Society (NSS) Director Ken Ruffin is explaining to the audience at A Galaxy Called Dallas:
-Have you ever seen or heard about an asteroid on the news that was a few million miles away, or a few thousand miles away?
-Did you hear about the asteroid that was just a few miles above the ground, that exploded and sent over 1,000 people to hospital emergency rooms?
-Shouldn’t somebody be explaining these asteroids to the public, so everybody can understand?
There is free admission for this event, and it is for the general public: for all ages and for all levels of space knowledge.
Also, find out about the National Space Society of North Texas (NSS-NT) meetings on the second Sunday of each month (such as March 12, April 9, and May 14, 2017) which are also open to the general public – except December. Not only does NSS-NT have a contest where a student will win free admission to Space Camp, but NSS-NT also provides the latest and greatest information in space travel and space development for space enthusiasts throughout the DFW Metroplex and beyond.
Come and see why Ken Ruffin loves to say:
There is NOTHING cooler than deep space!