The Summer of Invention is approaching and as a complement to the new video wall at Do Space, Do Space will be hosting via Skype an Omaha-born astrophysicist for an open Q&A about his recent accomplishments during our Kickoff party on Satuday, June 4. Preview programs will take place from 12-4PM with the Skype session at 2PM in our Meeting Rooms.
Jason Eastman is a research associate at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and his field of study is exoplanets (planets outside of our solar system). Jason and his team at Harvard built a special telescope called the KELT that is better able to locate planets that are orbiting distant suns.
You can read more about Jason and his inventions HERE and HERE.
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Jessica Johnson, Director of Community Learning
Jessica Johnson is a librarian by trade and an enthusiast of all things handmade. When not at work, she can be found retouching old furniture, curating Internet memes and spoiling her backyard chickens in Elkhorn, Nebraska.