What's up with David Aguilar? (Featuring "Justice Day," and "Secret Rendexvous," performed by David Aguilar and Chocolate Watchband)


Author, Artist, musician and enrichment lecturer, David A. Aguilar. AGUILAR is the past Director of Science Information and Public Outreach at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts as well as a naturalist, astronomer, author and space artist. He was member of the Hubble Space Telescope repair team; & past Marketing Director for PBS’s Emmy-winning 7-part NOVA series, Evolution. While at Harvard he hosted the popular Observatory Nights’ series, “Everything I Know About Science – I Learned At The Movies!”


In 2015, he directed NASA’s New Horizons Mission special media team on the historic Pluto Flyby Mission.  

He is author and illustrator of seven National Geographic and three Random House books on astronomy including this year's smash:  "Cosmic Catastrophes- 7 Ways to Destroy a Planet Like Earth".

His new book called, "7 Wonders of the Solar System"  - details a wondrous celestial journey through our own solar system.


David is also a member of the San Francisco psychedelic garage rock band, the Chocolate Watchband. The band formed in Los Altos, California in 1965 and continues to play live and release albums.



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