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June Lockhart as Mrs. Robinson from "Lost in Space"
June Lockhart
Bob May the man in the Robot
Bob May
(the Robot)

   On June 23 & 24 the South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach had the honor of having June Lockhart & Bob May appearing in conjunction with the museum's "RoboFest 2007" weekend.  June Lockhart ("Lost in Space", "Lassie", "Petticoat Junction", etc.) and Bob May (the man in the "Lost in Space" Robot) were on hand for the entire weekend giving out autographs, doing interviews and having a terrific time with the guests. They even did two separate Question & Answer sessions in the museums auditorium which was filled to capacity both days.

June Lockhart, HighTechScience.org founder Rick Newman & Bob May
June Lockhart, HighTechScience.org founder Rick Newman & Bob May
June Lockhart autographs the HighTechScience.org "B9" Robot.
June Lockhart autographs the HighTechScience.org "B9" Robot.

At the grand opening of the "Robotics"
exhibit, Bob May also signed the robot.

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Mrs. Lockhart signs a fan picture.
Mrs. Lockhart signs a fan picture.
June Lockhart & Bob May with our B9
June Lockhart & Bob May with our B9
June Lockhart holds up her lifetime museum membership to the SFSM.
June Lockhart holds up her lifetime museum membership to the SFSM.
Robotics team at RoboFest 2007
Robotics team at RoboFest 2007
Jeanne Newman with C3PO & R2D2
Jeanne Newman with C3PO & R2D2

June Lockhart autographing a picture and talking with a fan at RoboFest.
June Lockhart autographing a picture and talking with a fan at RoboFest.

Bob May & June Lockhart during a Q & A
Bob May & June Lockhart during a Q & A

Rick Newman with June Lockhart
Rick Newman with June Lockhart
June Lockhart with a Robotics Team at the South Florida Science Museum
June Lockhart with a Robotics Team at the South Florida Science Museum
Rick Newman with R2D2 & C3PO
Rick Newman with R2D2 & C3PO
"Lost in Space" fan Sarah Haberman with TV legend June Lockhart
"Lost in Space" fan Sarah Haberman
with TV legend June Lockhart
June Lockhart & Bob May in front of the HighTechScience.org robots
June Lockhart & Bob May in front of the HighTechScience.org robots
Bob May holds up fans Chris Krieg's robot sketch. 
Bob May holds up "Lost in Space" fan Chris Krieg's robot sketch. 
Click Here to go to Chris's LIS web site - www.JupiterTwo.com
"Bender" the Robot from the hit TV show "Futurama" visits the museums RoboFest
""Bender" the Robot from the hit TV show "Futurama" visits the museums RoboFest
Bob May & June Lockhart admiring her birthday cake at RoboFest 2007.
Bob May & June Lockhart admiring her birthday cake at RoboFest 2007.
June Lockhart & Bob Mays signatures on the HighTechScience.org's "B9" Robot
June Lockhart & Bob Mays signatures on the HighTechScience.org's "B9" Robot
Bob May, the actor inside the robot costume kicked off the grand opening of the museum's "Robotics" expo. Click Here for Info & Pictures of the event. Bob May
The actor inside the robot costume kicked off the grand opening of the museum's "Robotics" expo.

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Here is a YouTube video of Bob May aka The Robot


We will be exhibiting these & other robots at our
Science & Technology Centers
  as well as schools,
museums, science expo's, etc.
with the hope that they
will inspire everyone that views them... young & old.


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Our Robot Collection Has Been Highlighted On Television, Newspapers and Magazine Articles.
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"Robby the Robot" & "Forbidden Planet" are Trademarks of Turner Entertainment Co., a Time Warner Company. Lost in SpaceŽ is a registered trademark of Space Productions and Synthesis Ent.


Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach
WPB, Florida
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida
Sarasota, Florida
Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Waterfront Pavilion in West Palm Beach
Waterfront Pavilion
The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
Museum of Science & History in Jacksonville, Florida
Boyton Beach Public Library Boynton Beach
City Library
Children's Science Explorium at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton, FL
Boca Raton, Florida
Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center
         ScienceFest 2004
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Christa McAuliffe Middle School
Boynton Beach, Florida
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