This is the place to find materials you can use before, during, and after your InOMN event.
Before Your Event
Save-the-Date cards (4.9 inches x 6.9 inches)
*A Save the Date card with no mention
of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse will be
available after 01 January 2017
InOMN Event Flyer
Coming Soon for 2017!
Customize with your event information!
During Your Event
2016 Visitor Survey
Here you will find links to the online (Survey Monkey) 2016 InOMN Visitor Surveys as well as Word and PDF versions of the surveys. Feel free to adapt the survey for your event. If you have visitors complete the survey, you may scan and send them by email to email@example.com or put the completed surveys in the mail and send them to:
Planetary Science Institute
Attn: Sanlyn Buxner
1700 E. Fort Lowell, Suite 106
Tucson, AZ 85719
Please see this PowerPoint presentation for information about the surveys and having a personalized survey created for your event. Contact Sanlyn Buxner, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information or to request a personalized survey (electronic or paper version). Your surveys will be transcribed and analyzed and a report emailed to you. Please include your contact information if you mail in surveys.
Online Visitor Survey
Paper Visitor Survey
2017 Moon Map - Coming soon!
The 2017 Moon Maps will show the phase of the Moon as it will appear on International Observe the Moon Night, 28 October 2017 from the northern and southern hemisphere. A few interesting features visible that day will be highlighted on the front of the map and described on the back of the map. Encourage your visitors to look for the highlighted features – and explore the rest of the visible Moon with telescopes, binoculars, or their un-aided eyes!
PDF | Word doc
PDF | Word doc
Here is a selection of PowerPoint slides and recorded presentations that you can draw from, or share in full, to help teach your audience about the Moon.
Earth and Moon Statistics
This powerpoint was developed by LPI for use in
teacher workshops, but may be modified for individual use.
What if Apollo Explored Washington DC?
Lunar Exploration in the Context of our Nation's Capitol
Dr. Brent Garry, Smithsonian Instutution
These materials are good for anytime!
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