Bob Blankenship(Monday, October 07 19 04:20 pm EDT)
Just watched your Documentary on Passage to Mars. Excellent I may add. Thank you for all your work. In my past life I wanted to be an Astronaut, applying for the Space Shuttle program realizing lack of the appropriate degree and not any hours flying a jet, plus the lack of intelligence was a no go. . lol So glad there are great explorers like you who see the future. Thank you for dedicating your life to Science.
Michael Wright(Friday, July 19 19 05:46 pm EDT)
Enjoyed your participation in the SETI panel discussion "Back to the Moon" yesterday. I love that list you had of reasons to go back to the moon. I found it amusing one sentence "because the Chinese are going" and following "because the Europeans are trying." There's gotta be something subtle in that one. But the "STEM Force" reason is good, to protect the country's economic standing with a highly educated population.
I am looking to see if you have that list on your site. also don't forget to add the other reason one of the attendees mentioned last night.
Met you today in Delano! YOU ROCK! Really enjoyed your program! Would like to have you speak at one of the Kern Astronomical Society Meetings!
David North(Wednesday, August 08 18 05:51 pm EDT)
Pascal, love your artwork. Our Mars Electric Reusable Flyer experiments at HMP 2018 were extremely useful for demonstrating the concept in a relevant environment. Thanks for inviting us!
Peter RALPH(Wednesday, July 04 18 09:30 pm EDT)
The final frontier these are the voyages of the starship enterprise her five-year mission to explore strange new worlds to seek out new life and new civilizations to boldly go where no man has gone before
Tom Duncavage(Tuesday, February 20 18 02:44 pm EST)
Pascal! Just found this site.
Still cherish the HMP missions we performed with you guys. Best to you my friend.
Dona Ortiz(Friday, December 15 17 02:25 am EST)
I am so impressed with your art! Do you make prints of the originals for the public to purchase? I do hope that we will see the day that our species can travel to other worlds and possibly have settlements!
Dr. David G. Stork(Friday, September 15 17 01:09 pm EDT)
Hi Pascal, you were my TA at Cornell a couple decades ago. It might have been astro 101 with Steve Squyres. Seeing articles about Cassini reminded me of those classes. You suggested I take geology classes as a way to study planetary sciences since there was no undergrad program for that at Cornell. I did! Even went to Michigan for grad school in geophysics. In the end, though, I wasn't a great scientist and after a few years looking for oil in West Texas, I ended up in SF in web design and user experience. I see you're in Santa Clara now and with SETI. Congrats on your career since Cornell!
Basically needed to express Now i am lucky that i came upon your internet page!
Dawn Wright(Thursday, October 20 16 05:00 pm EDT)
Dear Dr. Lee,
My Friend and I caught you talk at the common wealth club the other night. In fact, we sat near your mother and her guests. We both agree that it was the most enjoyable evening that we have had in
quite sometime. I thank you for your insight. I will be adding your comments to my classroom discussions. As for my friend, she is now a Pascal Lee fan girl.
Shirley Scott(Thursday, August 18 16 09:52 pm EDT)
So glad we met on the plane. You made it a great trip. Arrived home safely Tuesday night. Am off to find some of Mary Roach's books. Shirley
Mein Velt(Sunday, July 31 16 07:59 pm EDT)
Just saw you on PBS regarding your film on Mars....fascinating!
Guy Jackson(Wednesday, May 11 16 06:31 pm EDT)
I hope to meet you at one of the LA screenings of "Passage To Mars"!
Chase(Monday, March 14 16 09:04 am EDT)
Was great meeting you (and King Kong) at Students on Ice last summer.
Kathy May(Wednesday, April 01 15 03:27 pm EDT)
Your paintings are beautiful! I especially love the iceberg. Thank you for sharing.
Inspiring Pascal. Now I want to go to Devon Island even more. I didn't know what a good artist you are.
JoAn Smith(Tuesday, August 06 13 01:51 pm EDT)
All the great scientists of old were also great artists.. or was it the other way around? All artists were scientists...Either way, it is encouraging to see you follow that tradition. Well done,
Christine Delaunay(Friday, April 05 13 01:18 pm EDT)
I LOVE YOUR PAINTINGS. THEY ARE GREAT.
I MET YOU AT A LECTURE IN BRISBANE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND IN EARLY 2009 I THINK. WE THEN HAD DINNER AT A LOVELY THAI RESTAURANT AFTERWARDS ALSO WITH MARK BATEUP, ROSS PAULL AND DR BRAD
CARTER, ASTRONOMER. I COMPLETED MY FINE ART HONOURS DEGREE END OF 2009 AND HAVE BEEN ADVANCING MY ART CAREER IN SMALL STEPS. MY FOCUS IS STILL BASED ON ASTRONOMY AND LIGHT, SPACE AND TIME
YOU CAN SEE MY WORK ON MY BLOGSITE ATTACHED/BELOW.
I HOPE YOUR MARS ENTERPRISES ARE STILL CONTINUING WITHIN OUR UN-FINANCIAL CLIMATE AT THE MOMENT. IT WOULD BE GREAT TO CATCH YOU IN ANOTHER LECTURE IF AND WHENEVER YOU MIGHT COME BACK TO BRISBANE OR
ANOTHER TOWN IN AUSTRALIA.
ALL THE BEST
Arnaud de Contenson(Tuesday, February 05 13 12:54 pm EST)
Congratulation for your artwork ! Your style has changed dramatically from your 5° in St Martin. I remember you drawing, with a Rotring pen, skyscrappers with long and precise vertical and horizontal
crossed lines. A luxury tool at the time that you were using well. Since I went several times to Greenland and Spitsberg, I particularly enjoyed your drawings from Terre Adélie.
Denise L. Weldon(Thursday, January 24 13 03:48 pm EST)
Wow! I never knew you had this talent too! I ran across some photos of you recently in Reid's boxes and wondered where in the universe you were. Keep up the great work and I'll check back in for more
in the future.
Som(Monday, December 10 12 09:13 am EST)
That's wonderful, thanks for sharing that. Somehow it's the future :)