NEAF Talks
25 Years of Relevant Science
Now Free to The World

NEAF has been host to many of
the most brilliant personalities in the
fields of space and astronomy for more than two decades.

NEAF searches the world to bring you the astronomers, researchers, scien-
tists, astronauts, and personalities that are making science history today.

Now through NEAF Talks online, these outstanding lectures are available to classrooms, universities, professionals, and the world at-large.

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Recent Videos

Gerard van Belle, Astronomer, Lowell Observatory
The Pluto Vote: One Astronomer’s Personal Story >

Jim Green, Director of Planetary Science at NASA
Worlds Seen for the First Time: Ceres & Pluto >

Christopher Go, Astronomer
Supporting JunoCam >

Marcia Bartusiak, Professor of the Practice in Science Writing, MIT
Black Hole >

Annette & Alden Tombaugh, Pluto Mission, JPL,
Southwest Research Institute
Remembering Clyde >

Alice Bowman, NASA Mission Operations Manager (MOM)
Reaching for New Horizons >

Alan Stern, Principal Investigator, NASA, New Horizon’s Mission to Pluto
The Exploration of Pluto - New Horizons Update >

Bernard Kutter, Manager Advanced Programs at
United Launch Alliance
ULA - Enabling a Robust Cislunar Space Economy >

David Shoemaker, Senior Research Scientist at MIT
and Director of Advanced LIGO project
The Confirmation of Gravitational Waves >

Fred Espenak, NASA astrophysicist (ret.),
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Great American Eclipse of 2017 >

And many more...

Garik Israelian, Astrophysicist & Spectroscopist,
Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands
Stars with Extrasolar Planets: Are They Different? >

Joe Rao, Meteorologist at News 12 Hudson Valley
Understanding Meteor Showers >

J Kelly Beatty, Sr. Editor for Sky & Telescope Magazine Preparing for Pluto >

Alan Stern, Principal Investigator of NASA’s New
Horizon’s Mission to Pluto
New Horizons: Mission to Pluto and What Planethood
Really Means >