Program descriptions Solar System Ambassador programs and presentations. There are no fees for these programs except where materials are involved. Contact to schedule or for questions ssa2004jr@gmail.com The James Webb Space Telescope Ages 8 through Adult JWST will see the universe further out and further back in time. Details about the telescope will be presented and the first and latest available images discussed. Included are also scale models of the JWST and demonstrations. Star Trekking: Navigating the Night Sky (a.k.a. Backyard Astronomy) Ages 8 through adult Learn about sky motions, seasons, and navigating with sky maps and planespheres. Naked eye, binocular and small telescope viewing will be discussed. Planespheres available for purchase can be supplied upon request, $4.00 each Decoding Starlight Ages 12 through Adult See how we use light to learn about the stars. Spectroscopy is explained and demonstrated. Extended program includes building a spectroscope and using it to look at various light sources. Build-it-yourself spectroscope for extended program: $4.00 each. Scaling the Solar System Ages 8 through Adult Take a brief tour of the solar system and participate in scale size and distance activity. Create a scale distance solar system to take home. Solar System Size and Distance Ages grade 2 to grade 6 Interactive demonstration of the size and distances in the solar system. A large scale solar system can be demonstrated outdoors if 200 feet of space is available and a minimum of 10 participants. Mars: from Ancient Greece to Latest Discoveries Ages 8 through Adult People have been interested in Mars since, well, forever. This lecture presentation will discuss how ancient people viewed Mars through pre-visit speculation and to todays detailed views and discoveries. Meteorites and Impact Rocks Ages 8 thorough Adult Discussion on what meteorites are, where they come from and where they are found. Impact crater sites around the US and what is meant by impact rock and what they are as well as a little history of discovery of meteorites. More on next page