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The implementation of the goals includes the following activities:

Operation and support of the Kepler Museum. Kepler's birthplace on the historic market square in Weil der Stadt was acquired with the support of numerous donors in 1938 and set up as the Kepler Museum. After a thorough renovation and expansion in 1999, the Kepler Museum shows Kepler's life's work and its significance for today's astronomy and space travel.

Organization of public lectures on historical and scientific topics - together with the Carl-Zeiss-Planetarium Stuttgart and the Schwäbische Sternwarte e.V.

Supervision of the Kepler Archives and the Kepler Library. In the Kepler Archive, the Kepler Society collects works by Kepler, scientific writings from his time and literature about Kepler. The library is available to interested parties for scientific purposes.

Awarding of the Kepler advancement prizes to pupils in Kepler high schools of the European Union (EU).

Operation and support of the Johannes Kepler Observatory (JKS) Weil der Stadt. The JKS was officially opened on October 8, 2002 and has since been operated by amateur astronomers from the Johannes Kepler Observatory (AKS). The Kepler Society pursues the following goals with the JKS: Star tours for the public, internships for schoolchildren, astronomical observations and astro photos of cosmic objects.

Foundation of a youth group at the Johannes Kepler Observatory, which is supervised by the amateur astronomers of the Johannes Kepler Observatory. The first meeting of the youth group took place on October 21, 2011.

Cooperation - Joint events are held with the University of Tübingen and the University of Stuttgart. With the Children's University Weil der Stadt e. V. we are personally connected.

Johannes-Kepler Planet Trail - The Planet Trail was inaugurated on June 2, 2012.