Lucas is regularly booked as a public speaker:
11 April 2017 Stedelijk Gymnasium Haarlem
17 Maart 2017 – Sterrenwacht Bussloo, Lochem
9 March 2017 – Vereniging voor weer- en sterrenkunde “Triangulum”, Deventer
14 December 2016 – Kleine Dijksterhuislezing, Willem II college, Tilburg
4 December 2016 – Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
19 May 2016 – KNAW Faces of Science, Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam
11 March 2016 – Noord-Hollandse Sterrenkundige Organisatie Stichting J.C. van der Meulen, Hoorn
11 December 2015 – Sterrenwacht Phoenix, Lochem
10 December 2015 – Sterrenwacht Copernicus, Overveen
21 November 2015 – Living on Mars Convention, Enschede
6 November 2015 – InScience Film Festival, Nijmegen
6 September 2015 – Into the Great Wide Open, Vlieland
1 August 2015 – Aviodrome, Lelystad
6 June 2015 – Universiteitsdag UvA, Amsterdam
31 May 2015 – Huygens Festival, Museum Swaensteyn, Voorburg
13 May 2015 – KNVWS Centaurus A, Nijmegen
8 March 2015 – Jonge Schrijversmiddag, Teylers Museum, Haarlem
18 February 2015 – Barts BoekenClub, Betty Asfalt complex , Amsterdam
5 February 2015 – Boekhandel Martyrium, Amsterdam
22 January 2015 – Boekhandel Dominicanen, Maastricht
18 December 2014 – Sterrenwacht Copernicus, Overveen
11 December 2014 – Artis Planetarium, Amsterdam
25 October 2014 – Teylers Museum, Haarlem

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Planet Hunters 3D
“There are thousands of planets like the Earth out there, hundreds of lightyears distant, waiting to be discovered. Ellerbroek describes this exciting adventure, which is now entering a new and very significant phase, in colourful detail.”
Nobel Prize Physics 1999,
Professor theoretical physics (UU)
“A compelling adventure full of surprising details that show why astronomy is so fascinating..
Professor mathematical physics (UvA),
Director and Leon Levy Professor (IAS, Princeton)
“In this timely book by Lucas Ellerbroek, the characters who have participated in the discovery of these other worlds share their personal stories. Discoveries are made by individuals, thanks to their vision, enthusiasm and perseverance, and also through friendship, collaboration and competition. Planet Hunters is a lively fresco of that international endeavour. .
Professor of Astrophysics (University of Geneva),
Discoverer of the first exoplanet
“Planet Hunters by Lucas Ellerbroek provides dozens of delightful (and sometimes humorous) histories of individuals who thought and wrote about planets and life around other stars before the recent discoveries provided facts. It is both informative and a pleasure to read. I highly recommend it..
Kepler Principal Investigator (NASA Ames Research Center)

“Ellerbroek has written a captivating, up-close-and-personal chronicle of this remarkable burst of discovery. .
Senior Astronomer (SETI Institute)

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