This planet was hidden in the New York Public Library (the big one on Fifth Avenue in New York City). My great grandfather was the director of the library from 1909-1934, so it seemed like a natural fit to place the planet there. You’d think that a library would be full of book stacks and therefore places to hide a planet — not so much! It took the better part of an hour to find a suitable place.
Cady Coleman, Astronaut
Astronaut Cady Coleman with Russian Cosmonauts Alexander Misurkin and Nikolai Tikonov with their infinity planet during Soyuz water survival training in the Black Sea.
Amber and Ron Shaw
This Father and Daughter left their Infinity Planet at the grave site of Elizabeth Reed in Macon, GA.
This picture is of the street where Jean-Pierre's father grew up. The Infinity is in the empty lot with trees at the end of the block, where his house stood.
Jean-Pierre gave an infinity to Fahima Vorgetts to hide somewhere in this school. The domes are made in Afghanistan and the schools are ready for use in one week. She uses local labor and all the materials are made and purchased in country.
In a sea cave on Santa Cruz Island.
School in Incisa Val d' Arno, Italy
Hidden in rock off White Point, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Jones Beach State Park in NY
Mark Twain Cave, Hannibal, MO
In a "Fairy House" on Monhegan Island, Maine
At the mouth of the intermittent spring that is in Star Valley, Wyoming
Camouflaged in a tissue, in the egg deposit of the turtle exhibit at the Caribbean Conservation Corporation in TortugueroVillage, in Tortuguero National Park on the east coast of Costa Rica.
Cady hid a planet under the tree that was planted on June 16, 1963 the day that Valentina Tereshkova left the earth, the first woman to ever fly in space.
88 Holy Places of Kobo Daishi, a revered Buddhist shrine near Lawa'i on the island of Kauai.
Mt Eden Volcanic crater in Auckland, New Zealand
Grandparent's back yard garden in Kilnwick, England
Dr. Madeleine Joy
Dr. Madeleine Joy, Sisters of Providence, Spiritual Care Director,at Farren, Montague, MA
Jamey, along with Cady and US Ambassador Carol van Voorst placing an infinity planet in the rift between the American and European tectonic plates in Iceland.