Being as you are some of the most dedicated blog readers in this corner of the cosmos, I need to share some information with you.
Helmut and I are leaving yet again, which will limit my blogging opportunities. After all, you can't experience a Starlab by reading about it; you have to see it. It's the only way. Now, dragging everyone down here and making them look at a Starlab is not only mean, it's simply unworkable.
As they say, if you can't bring Mohamed to the mountain, bring the mountain to Mohamed.
We won't be moving mountains, but we will be bringing the Starlab to the educator. To that end, we will be travelling up to Kentucky, specifically Louisville. Kentucky is famous for horses and whiskey, but I'm not very interested in either. Instead, we will be attending the NSTA (National Science Teacher's Association) conference there. Louisville is conveniently located between the south and the Midwest, so it has a large pool of attendees to draw on.
Some of you will undoubtedly attend. I would encourage everyone to stop by our booth and see the Starlab in person.