Tom Valone writes: Here at IRI, we are noticing future trends in our society that underscore our programs. In the energy arena, the first National Energy Education Summit was held in Washington DC this year on January 26, 2015 with the second one this past June. The important outcome for those reading this Future Energy eNews is the post-Summit webinar on October 5, 2015 at 3 PM online sponsored by the Council for Energy Research and Education Leaders (CEREL). You can register online. Capacity is limited. Speaking of energy education, the Climate Reality Project has a nice slideshow (only 7 slides) on Top Solar Energy Myths worth sharing and Vimeo has a 2 minute video on Above and Beyond which is a new educational exhibit at the Air and Space Museum in DC that is exciting to watch. Lastly, in the space propulsion education area, how about five space missions that will blow your mind? The State of the Game - Deep Space Exploration from Gizmag offers in a very compelling, nine (9) minute, amazingly educational summary of 5 space missions, some of which we didn't even know existed, with great facts, photos, and graphics which also includes New Horizons, Rosetta, and Voyager 1 and 2 details worth sharing with every kid and adult you know.