Physics forum accepting photographs of stars and galaxies for a monthly contest.
Minneapolis, MN (July 23, 2008) – Celebrate Moon Day by submitting astrophotos to OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com.
The physics forum is celebrating the anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s historic walk on the moon by calling for submissions of astrophotos. Almost 40 years ago, Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Aldrin, Jr. became the first Americans to set foot on the moon. After stepping from the Eagle module, Armstrong declared the event to be “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Photographers can submit photos of the moon or other cosmic subject matter associated with the universe to MyDiscoveredUniverse.com . Each month the forum will pick the best entry and the winner will receive a $500 cash prize. At the end of the first 12-month contest, one winning photo will be selected as the grand prize winner and published as part of an advertisement in the August 2009 issue of Astronomy magazine. All of the winning photographs will be included in a 2010 calendar.
“This contest is an opportunity to show the world your talent and passion for the universe,” said Terence Witt, author of Our Undiscovered Universe. “Photographers can submit photographs through the forum and they will receive national attention in a renowned astronomy publication.”
The official anniversary of the lunar landing was July 20, but NASA is using the anniversary to raise interest in lunar science. NASA Ames is hosting a three-day conference July 21-23 in Houston at the Lunar and Planetary Institute to discuss different issues associated with the moon.
Reevaluate your cosmology at www.OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com .
About Terence Witt
Terence Witt is the founder and former CEO of Witt Biomedical Corporation. He holds a BSEE from Oregon State University and lives in Florida. Our Undiscovered Universe: Introducing Null Physics is his first book. To read more about Terence Witt and his latest breakthroughs go to OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com .
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