Craig Ihde has made hundreds of presentations describing NASA missions. He has worked with scientists and astronomers at Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, New Mexico, and the Lodestar Astronomy Center, Albuquerque. He has also spoken throughout Southern California, including Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles.
Topics Craig presents include:
Deep Space Network (DSN) The unique worldwide network of spacecraft tracking facilities
Planetquest-Exoplanet Exploration-The search for new Earths
The Twin Voyagers-Where no spacecraft has gone before
Mars Sciencelab, aka "Curiosity"
The Juno Spacecraft to Jupiter
Dawn Spacecraft to Vesta and Ceres using Ion Propulsion
GRAIL mission to the moon, an in-depth study
The space telescopes: Hubble, Spitzer, Chandra
Aerogel - Mystifying Blue Smoke
Cassini Huygens mission to Saturn & Titan
Craig is a UCLA graduate and holds advanced degrees from University of Southern California. He is a faculty member at the University of Redlands.