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The information shared on this page is for Webb First Image Events in the United States only.


The new official hosts of the Webb Space Telescope Community Events were notified by email on March 25. We are excited to have them as a part of the NASA family as we get ready to celebrate Webb’s first images!

To our official hosts: 

Safety: As you think about your events, please know that we support you making decisions that are best for your communities, and that includes safety. We acknowledge that the COVID pandemic is not over – as much as we desperately want it to be – so please feel free to plan virtual events, take-and-make events, or whatever other event design keeps people safe. We are flexible because this is an ever-evolving situation.

Resources: We have loaded our OuterSpace Community Events page (https://outerspace.stsci.edu/display/WSTCE/) with endless resources to help you plan your event. In addition, we will be posting the emails we send you right here; in case you miss an update from us, everything will be available here. Also, there is a map of other hosts across the country. Please consider coordinating with others hosting events near you. (We will connect you via email to the other hosts in your state/territory in the weeks to come.)

NASA Materials: We will be sending you a package of NASA materials (Webb decals, Webb bookmarks and NASA decals) in June. For us to do this, please complete this form (https://forms.gle/L6wU9LcDbfygYcv8A) with your shipping information by April 22.

Training: We will hold two training sessions (with the same content) on April 5 from 2-3:30 p.m. EDT and April 6 from 2:30-4 p.m. EDT. Please check your email – including your spam and junk folders – for information about how to connect.

Points of Contact: A point of contact is assigned to you to answer questions you may have as you plan your event. We hope to answer many of your questions at the aforementioned training sessions, so we encourage you to wait to reach out to your point of contact after that. At that point, the points of contact will be available via email and office hours (which we will explain at training). Please check your email for information about your point of contact.

Further update emails will come from me (anita.dey@nasa.gov), Peter Sooy (peter.r.sooy@nasa.gov) or your assigned point of contact. Add us to your address book so our messages don’t go to spam!

We are looking forward to working with all of you to celebrate our new view of the universe!

Sincerely,

Anita



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