Johannes Kepler Project

 The Johannes Kepler Project was started in 2004 by John McFarland and is a non-profit 501c3 public charity. 

1.  To humanize science.   "Science, more than anything, is about man's            curiosity."  It is important that students learn that scientists, famous or otherwise, are just people.

2.   Interest students in science, engineering and technology careers. "Anyone with an open mind and a curious nature can become a scientist."

3.  Collect, catalogue and disseminate astronomy resources for and to teachers.