Guest lecturer and Solar System Ambassader, Kurtz Miller details the discoveries made and futures projected by NASA's New Horizons mission--a spacecraft that launched in 2006 to explore how Pluto and Kuiper Belt bodies have evolved over time. With New Horizons, NASA intends to complete the initial reconnaissance of the solar system for the United States.
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Kurtz Miller, Ed.S., is an energetic career science educator who loves astronomy and space science. He has bachelor and master's degrees in geology. As a child, he saw Halley's Comet in 1986. This inspired him to first pursue amateur astronomy as a high school student and later became a high school science teacher. He has had the opportunity to view the Great American Eclipse of 2017. He loves to share his passions for astronomy, space science, and the geosciences with his students as well as the general public.