We had a great time, and hope you did, too! Thanks for all the questions and conversations. If you enjoyed our events, you can visit us at:
* HubbleSite.org
* JWST.nasa.gov
* Hubble’s Facebook page
* Webb’s Facebook page
* Hubble’s Google+ page
* Webb’s Google+ page
* HubbleSite on YouTube
* Webb on YouTube
* HubbleSite on Twitter
* Webb on Twitter
* Webb on Flickr

You can also sign up for Inbox Astronomy, HubbleSite’s e-mail newsletter here.
Want to follow Dr. Frank Summers? His Hubble’s Universe Unfiltered blog is here.
See more of Tony Darnell’s Hubble Hangouts here.

We had a great time, and hope you did, too! Thanks for all the questions and conversations. If you enjoyed our events, you can visit us at:

* HubbleSite.org

* JWST.nasa.gov

* Hubble’s Facebook page

* Webb’s Facebook page

* Hubble’s Google+ page

* Webb’s Google+ page

* HubbleSite on YouTube

* Webb on YouTube

* HubbleSite on Twitter

* Webb on Twitter

* Webb on Flickr

You can also sign up for Inbox Astronomy, HubbleSite’s e-mail newsletter here.

Want to follow Dr. Frank Summers? His Hubble’s Universe Unfiltered blog is here.

See more of Tony Darnell’s Hubble Hangouts here.

Today’s Events

* Join Dr. Amber Straughn at Nerd Nite Austin for a free public talk on “Increasing the Awesome: NASA’s Next Huge Space Telescope.” Dr. Straughn, astrophysicist and James Webb Space Telescope deputy project scientist will be talking about Webb and the science it intends to accomplish. Find Nerd Nite at Central Market, 4001  N. Lamar Blvd. Doors open at 7 p.m.

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* Find more NASA SXSW events here.

Today’s Events

Find NASA’s SXSW events here.

Dr. Amber Straughn talks about the James Webb Space Telescope at Nerd Nite in Austin, TX at SXSW, on Wednesday, March 12 at 7:30PM. This is event is open to the public! More detail: https://www.facebook.com/events/426431664156432/

Dr. Amber Straughn talks about the James Webb Space Telescope at Nerd Nite in Austin, TX at SXSW, on Wednesday, March 12 at 7:30PM. This is event is open to the public! More detail: https://www.facebook.com/events/426431664156432/

Dr. Amber Straughn talks to crowds at the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope booth at SXSW.
Credit: Mike McClare

Dr. Amber Straughn talks to crowds at the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope booth at SXSW.

Credit: Mike McClare

Dr. Frank Summers talks to the crowd at the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope booth at SXSW.
Credit: Mike McClare

Dr. Frank Summers talks to the crowd at the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope booth at SXSW.

Credit: Mike McClare

Scenes from the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope booth at SXSW.

Credit: Mike McClare

Today’s Events

* Dr. Amber Straughn will be giving a talk during South by Southwest in Austin, Texas titled Hubble and Beyond: A Quarter Century of Science & Art from the Hubble Space Telescope.  Free to the public, it will be taking place at 7:30 p.m. March 10 at Art.Science.Gallery, 916 Springdale Road, Building 2 #102, Austin, TX, 78702.

More information at the link:

http://www.artsciencegallery.com/2014/02/27/nasa/

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* The Webb and Hubble booth is gone from the Gaming Expo, but NASA is still in town! Badged SXSW Interactive participants can check out the “Experience NASA” exhibit through Wednesday, March 12, at the SXSW Tradeshow in the Austin Convention Center. This exhibit will feature some of NASA’s most exciting missions, including our Mars Rovers, the soon-to-fly Orion space capsule, the Space Launch System, and the Asteroid Grand Challenge, which seeks public participation. NASA will also host a Space Meetup on Monday, March 10 at 4 p.m. where participants can meet fellow space enthusiast – along with NASA staff from multiple programs, missions, and projects – all at the NASA exhibit.

Find more NASA SXSW events here.

Join us tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CST for a Hubble Hangout live from South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, where we’ve been talking with the crowds and taking in some of the NASA events and exhibits. Our topics tonight will include exoplanets and the search for life. Natalie Batalha from the Kepler mission will demonstrate a new app for visualizing Kepler data and we’ll discuss the JWST Panel “First Signs: Finding Life on Other Planets.”Bring your questions and comments, and we’ll try to answer them. Hope to see you there!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJxXD-JX_p8&feature=share

Join us tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CST for a Hubble Hangout live from South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, where we’ve been talking with the crowds and taking in some of the NASA events and exhibits. Our topics tonight will include exoplanets and the search for life. Natalie Batalha from the Kepler mission will demonstrate a new app for visualizing Kepler data and we’ll discuss the JWST Panel “First Signs: Finding Life on Other Planets.”

Bring your questions and comments, and we’ll try to answer them. Hope to see you there!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJxXD-JX_p8&feature=share

Coming up today for SXSW Interactive attendees: “First Signs: Finding Life on Other Planets,” featuring scientists from the Webb and Kepler missions. This event is for badgeholders only, but others can follow on Twitter with #sxsw #FirstSigns Astronomers are finding new planets at an astounding rate, but the first indications of alien life won’t be snapshots of lush continents. Learn how astronomers use NASA telescopes to search for the telltale signs of a viable planet. 12:30-1:30 p.m. March 9 Omni Downtown Lone Star  700 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, Texas 7870

Coming up today for SXSW Interactive attendees: “First Signs: Finding Life on Other Planets,” featuring scientists from the Webb and Kepler missions. This event is for badgeholders only, but others can follow on Twitter with #sxsw #FirstSigns

Astronomers are finding new planets at an astounding rate, but the first indications of alien life won’t be snapshots of lush continents. Learn how astronomers use NASA telescopes to search for the telltale signs of a viable planet.

12:30-1:30 p.m. March 9
Omni Downtown Lone Star
700 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, Texas 7870