Welcome to Day 3: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Universe

Charles Alcock, Director of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, introduces the third day of the Online Conference and invites us to ask good questions if we wish to find good answers that unlock the mysteries of the universe.

  1. Tricia Schafebook
    3:25 pm on April 26th, 2010

    Hi! I am a 9-12 high school teacher. I teach Earth Science, Geology and Astronomy. I am going to be participating in all 3 sessions of the webinar with my Junior/Senior Astronomy students. We are looking forward to interacting with all of you. Thanks for the opportunity you are providing my students! Talk to you on Wednesday! :-)

  2. Linda Fulgham
    12:58 pm on April 28th, 2010


    My name is Linda I am a Home School Mom. My two high school kids and I will, eagerly, be joining. We are extremely excited to attend and listen to everything going on with people around the world, thoughts and thought processes w/ reference to ideas so great as those about to be discussed. We thank the Smithsonian Institute for allowing us this opportunity; we look forward to learning new conceprt and ideas over the next few days.

  3. Pedro Amill - Quiles
    1:50 pm on April 28th, 2010

    Hi everyone, I’m an information specialist at University of Puerto Rico. I’m librarian for 25 years, now I’m a virtual reference librarian. I’m interested in libraries and museums, museums libraries and special librararies that work like museums (I named libraries museum). I want to create a learning community for that’s special collections with resources like rare books and include museums and archives. Special interest too in cultural heritage like artisans and its knowledge, help to solving problems to that community. Now I’m one of the directors of Puerto Rican Association of Popular Imaginary.

  4. Severin Sheldon
    2:36 pm on April 28th, 2010

    I am 8 years old and am homeschooled.

  5. Jessica Ross
    2:39 pm on April 28th, 2010

    Hi! My name is Jess. I am the director of the Washington County Public Library in Chatom, AL and I have a special interest in astronomy and space exploration. We have a science center in our library and we are always looking for new ways to encourage science studies in our rural area. I am looking forward to this session!