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JPL Helps Families Get Ready for Monday’s Total Solar Eclipse with These Great Activities

This graphic shows the path of the Moon and Sun across the US during the Aug. 21, 2017 eclipse. The gray line represents the path of totality, while the Sun and Moon graphics flowing from top to bottom represent the percent of coverage for areas outside the path of totality. Image credit: NASA This Monday, Aug. 21, every state in the U.S. will have a…

Pasadena Symphony and Pops Present a Magnificent Evening at Centennial Square for Annual Moonlight Sonata Gala

  The Pasadena Symphony Association will host their annual Moonlight Sonata Gala on Saturday, September 23, 2017, which promises to be an unforgettable night filled with entertainment, music and dancing held at Pasadena’s historic City…

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Announces 2017-18 Season

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC), a children’s choirs, announces its 2017-18 season, entitled “And This Shall be for Beauty,” featuring a repertoire that illuminates LACC’s signature bel canto sound honed by highly regarded and much-loved…

NASA Awards $2.5 Billion Contract to Caltech, Extending Operations of Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA has awarded a contract to tCaltech to extend operations of the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) through Sept. 30, 2018. This contract extends the agreement between Caltech and NASA for management of JPL beyond its…

A Noise Within Presents A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Mike Poulton

A Noise Within (ANW) presents the first production of its 26th season, the United States premiere of Tony-winner Mike Poulton’s thrilling adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, directed by co-producing artistic…

Saturday, August 19

Michael Feinstein Uncovers Treasures from His Personal Archives for An Evening of Gershwin with the Pasadena Pops

Michael Feinstein and the Pasadena POPS jazz up the Los Angeles County Arboretum stage with an evening devoted to one of America’s most beloved musical…

Saturday, August 19

California String Quartet Performs at Norton Simon

On Saturday, August 19 from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. enjoy music from the early and late romantic periods, featuring music by Schubert and Hindemith as…

Sunday, August 20

The Caltech Players Present “The Ash Girl” By Timberlake Wertenbaker

The Caltech Players are proud to present its annual summer play, The Ash Girl, by Timberlake Wertenbaker (Our Country’s Good, Three Birds Alighting on a…

Sunday, August 20

Shout Sister Shout! Runs at Pasadena Playhouse Through August 20

“Shout Sister Shout!,” the world premiere musical conceived and directed by Randy Johnson that tells about the legendary life and times of unique gospel singer…

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Scientists Land at Caltech This Week to Trade Ideas About Space Exploration on a Budget

A unique conference about the viability and the scientific benefits of low-cost robotic missions in space will be held at Caltech’s Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics starting Tuesday until Thursday, August 15 through 17. The 12th Low-Cost Planetary Missions Conference, or LCPM-12, sponsored by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), serves as an opportunity for scientists, technologists, engineers and project and agency managers to exchange ideas and information to enhance the viability and science return of low-cost robotic missions. During this time, attendees will exchange ideas and information on the latest Agency Programs and Plans for Low-Cost Planetary Missions,…

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