11:03:36 From Rosemary Walling : Rosemary Walling, Marie Drake Planetarium, Juneau, AK
11:03:56 From Alan Gould PPA Treasurer : Alan Gould, Berkeley California USA, Lawrence Hall of Science Planetarum
11:04:22 From Scott Hildreth (he/him/his) : Scott Hildreth, Hayward CA,, Chabot College Planetarium
11:04:25 From Ken Brandt : Ken Brandt, Director of the Robeson Planetarium
11:04:27 From Cal Powell : Cal Powell, retired, NASM volunteer, Alexandria, VA
11:04:30 From Bryan Mendez (he/him/his) : Bryan Mendez, Berkeley, CA, USA Lawrence Hall of Science Plantarium
11:04:30 From Taylor Planetarium : J. Eric Loberg, Taylor Planetarium, Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University Bozeman, MT
11:04:31 From Carolyn Slivinski : Carolyn Slivinski, Space Telescope Science Institute, MD
11:04:41 From Frank and Nicole Benenati : Frank Benenati, Southern Cayuga Planetarium in Central New York
11:04:42 From jbell : Jon Bell, Hallstrom Planetarium, Indian River State College, Fort Pierce, Florida
11:04:50 From Pam Bowers - Drake Planetarium : Pam Bowers
11:04:51 From Patrick Durrell : Patrick Durrell - Youngstown State University (Ohio) + Ward Beecher Planetarium
11:05:07 From Patrick So : Patrick So, Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, CA
11:05:07 From Benjamin Mendelsohn : Benjamin Mendelsohn, Jean & E. Floyd Kvamme Planetarium, Saratoga ,CA
11:05:18 From Micah Acinapura : Micah Acinapura - OpenSpace
11:05:23 From Karl : Karl von Ahnen, Santa Cruz Mountains
11:05:35 From Pam Bowers - Drake Planetarium : Pam Bowers Drake Planetarium Cincinnati, Ohio
11:05:47 From Seiler - Howard George : Howard George - Seiler Instrument, Saint Louis MO
11:05:56 From Megan Villa (she/her) : Megan Villa, AMNH OpenSpace 👋
11:06:50 From Andy Kreyche : Andy Kreyche, Hartnell College Planetarium in Salinas, California
11:06:59 From Jeff Nee : https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/
11:07:08 From Jeff Nee : For anyone to follow along
11:13:04 From Rosemary Walling : Are all of these available as downloads or do they require streaming?
11:20:59 From Carolyn Slivinski : https://www.youtube.com/hubblespacetelescope
11:21:40 From Jeff Nee : https://hubblesite.org/resource-gallery/videos
11:22:06 From Carolyn Slivinski : Eric Witacre's Deep Field movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDiD8F9ItX0
11:22:36 From Carolyn Slivinski : Whitacre...
11:24:58 From Alan Gould PPA Treasurer : AstroViz - https://www.universe-of-learning.org/resources/projects/astroviz
11:26:08 From Douglas Duncan : Google Fiske Planetarium Productions
11:26:22 From Carolyn Slivinski : https://universeunplugged.ipac.caltech.edu/
11:27:41 From Douglas Duncan : https://www.colorado.edu/fiske/fiske-productions
11:27:52 From Alan Gould PPA Treasurer : Also Universe Unplugged - https://www.youtube.com/c/universeunplugged
11:28:36 From Rosemary Walling : What is ViewSpace format?
11:29:27 From Carolyn Slivinski : https://viewspace.org
11:29:42 From Rosemary Walling : Thank you
11:29:56 From Patrick So : For dome format what resolutions are offered?
11:32:00 From James Bauman : James Bauman, North Penn Planetarium, Lansdale, PA
11:32:01 From James Enos : James Enos, Mesa Community College
11:32:08 From jon elvert : Jon Elvert, Richmond, Virginia
11:32:09 From Kevin Healy : Hi everyone! Kevin Healy, Mesa Community College, Mesa, AZ
11:32:31 From Carole Holmberg, Museum of York County : Carole Holmberg, Museum of York County, Rock Hill, SC
11:32:55 From Kevin Healy : 👍 to ESA and ESO talks
11:32:56 From Cherilynn Morrow (she/her) : Hello Everyone! Good to see familiar faces....Cherilynn Morrow, consultant for Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). Outreach Director for the NASA PUNCH mission
11:33:01 From jon elvert : ...or LIGO presentation.
11:38:03 From Rosemary Walling : There's no shortage of topics for future PPA seminars, but NASA (and others?) for "Earth as a Planet" imagery and resources would be great. Separately, a seminar about resources for climate change would be great.
11:39:12 From Jeff Nee : Hi, Rosemary, here's a start for Earth and Climate change dome resources: https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/content/planetarium-resources-teaching-climate-change
11:39:52 From Benjamin Miller : Camera is on the fritz, but hello!
11:41:09 From Taylor Planetarium : Tested "FORWARD! To the Moon" on Monday on our 4k/40', looked great! Putting in our fall rotation.
11:43:50 From Douglas Duncan : Felix & Paul have a fulldome camera on the ISS
11:44:14 From Rosemary Walling : IS the five minute ISS video available as a download?
11:44:46 From Carole Holmberg, Museum of York County : I saw on your FTP "Climate Change in Your Backyard." We liked it - and climate change is a difficult topic for us. Can we use it?
11:45:14 From Andy Kreyche : Are there any existing fulldome launch videos available?
11:45:24 From Jeff Nee : The Fiske Productions are free to use: https://www.colorado.edu/fiske/fiske-productions
11:45:45 From jbell : So what will it take to put those stones back in the right place at Chaco Canyon?
11:46:02 From Jeff Nee : Andy, there are some 360 launch videos available, so compatible with domes. Start here, under the NASA Kennedy section: https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/360-video
11:47:00 From Douglas Duncan : Forward to the Moon has a launch that was previously filmed in fulldome.
11:51:25 From Jeff Nee : https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/content/basic-nasa-resources-planetariums
11:58:28 From Jeff Nee : firstname.lastname@example.org
11:58:49 From M. Josh Roberts : email@example.com
12:00:23 From Micah Acinapura : openspace can also do a lot of types of things that the kiosk/desktop version of eyes was doing
12:00:26 From Jeff Nee : eyes.nasa.gov.
12:00:34 From Rosemary Walling : Requiring live internet makes it harder to use in live planetarium productions which don't have easy streaming capability
12:01:02 From Micah Acinapura : so you can use it in a desktop/offline environment with more controls
12:01:13 From M. Josh Roberts : In case anyone is looking for information on tours at Ames Research center - My email is above. TLDR is that we are not giving tours yet, but we are looking forward to some date in the future
12:01:53 From Frank Summers : Thanks for having me. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Bye!
12:02:12 From M. Josh Roberts : breakfast is calling, have an excellent Friday.
12:05:17 From Carolyn Slivinski : I'll pass your thoughts to Frank!
12:08:05 From Karl : Excellent! Thank you everyone. Yes, Alan: Encore!
12:11:19 From Micah Acinapura : you can use the fisheye output in openspace and do a screen recording to create a video pretty quickly
12:13:17 From Rosemary Walling : Helping us keep uptodate would be great!
12:13:40 From John Keller : Sorry I have to run, but thanks for the opportunity to join.
12:15:04 From Rosemary Walling : yes!
12:15:12 From Mitch Luman : Yes
12:15:13 From Dário Fonseca : have Openspace scripting capabilities been improved recently? (last year or so)
12:15:57 From Micah Acinapura : Hi @Dario, we have a lot of scripting capabilities in openspace, and we are always improving it
12:16:07 From Kevin Healy : Jeff, could you describe the regular meeting you just mentioned? I wasn't aware of it.
12:17:06 From Carolyn Slivinski : Are all of the "producers" comfortable saying "what's coming" with visualizations, until it's actually ready to be released?
12:18:44 From Dário Fonseca : @Micah great, I'll check on that.
12:18:50 From Dário Fonseca : thanks
12:19:53 From Megan Villa (she/her) : Full event calendar: https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/calendar
12:20:11 From Jeff Nee : https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/Conversations
12:20:49 From Rosemary Walling : I have a question about VR when we change topics.
12:25:32 From Andy Kreyche : Thanks all!
12:27:15 From Jeff Nee : https://blogs.nasa.gov/
12:38:25 From Taylor Planetarium : 2m is a good time to give basic info to audience 5m and we're often into trying to explain in-depth physics
12:38:50 From Megan Villa (she/her) : I've got to go, thanks everyone!
12:40:09 From Micah Acinapura : was interesting for me to be here and listen, thanks!
12:40:14 From Taylor Planetarium : Thanks presenters / everyone!
12:40:18 From Rosemary Walling : Thank you. This was great!