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iss068e009003 (Oct. 5, 2022) --- Newport Beach, California, and several surrounding cities are pictured from the International Space Station as it orbited 262 miles above the Golden State. Credit: NASA/Kjell Lindgren

LA City of STEM

April 6-13, 2024

Partnered with the LA City of STEM month-long event, Club will be participating in the Girl’s STEM Summit with more than 600 girls from underserved communities in the LA-area 

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Solar Eclipse Viewing

April 8, 2024 | 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. PDT

Join us any time between 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on Monday, 08 April 2024, on the central lawn around the clock tower for solar-safe viewing during the [total, but partial for us] solar eclipse! Eclipse first contact occurs at 10:04 a.m., maximum eclipse (~50% coverage) at 11:11 a.m., and last contact is at 12:23 p.m. We’ll have solar-safe telescopic viewing in both “white” and Hα light and free eclipse glasses while they last. Visit for more info and watch for updates as event is weather-permitting.

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Community Event: Chabot College Solar Eclipse Viewing

April 8, 2024 | 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. Your Local Time)

We will have telescopes equipped with safe solar filters for the community to view the partial solar eclipse, starting from 10 AM until around 12:15 PM. From Hayward California, the maximum eclipse will be around 11:15 AM, with about 1/3 of the Sun covered. We’ll be near the football field and building 4000, and everyone will be welcome!

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Against a black background is a total solar eclipse. In the middle is a black circle – the Moon. Surrounding it are white streams of wispy light, streaming out into the sky.

General Public

Partial Solar Eclipse Danville Library

April 8, 2024 | 10a.m.

Come out and join us as we view the Partial Solar Eclipse on April 8th from 10:00am until 12 noon at the Danville Library. Solar Eclipse glasses will be available for guests.

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Elementary Students+K11

Space STEM Presentation

April 8 – 10, 2024

An interactive presentation and paper rocket build with students in the LA Air Force Base community.

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A cluster of stars. Most of the stars are very small and uniform in size, and they are notably bluish and cluster more densely together toward the center of the image. Some appear larger in the foreground. The stars give away to a dark background at the corners of the image.

Middle School Students

Lompoc Valley MS Career Day

April 11, 2024

Vandenberg Space Force Base will share space-related careers with the students of LVMS.

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Liftoff of Clementine from Vandenberg Air Force, now Space Force, Base in California


Moffett Field Museum STEM Saturday

April 13, 2024 | 12 p.m.

Whether you’re a budding scientist, tech enthusiast, engineering aficionado, or math whiz, there’s something for everyone to discover and enjoy. Let’s come together to celebrate innovation, curiosity, and the limitless possibilities of STEM! Activities: Embark on a thrilling journey of exploration and creativity as you delve into model rocketry construction. Learn the rich history of communication with captivating demonstrations of HAM radios. Marvel at a genuine moon rock collected during the Apollo 15 mission. Test your flight skills in our immersive flight simulator experience. Explore iconic military vehicles built at FMC in San Jose, including a Vietnam War-era M113, Gulf War-era AIFV, and an M577 painted in original NASA Recovery Program colors, in partnership with the Eagle Field Foundation. Capture unforgettable moments with photo ops alongside a full-scale Lunar Rover model. Take the wheel and navigate the Mars Rover, courtesy of the Mars Society, for an immersive experience of exploring the Red Planet’s terrain.

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