REGISTRATION OPENS ON 12/21
Curiosity rover has been exploring Mars for more than three years, measuring the past and present habitability potential of our nearest planetary neighbor. We’ve also been busy on Earth, exploring the harshest environments we could find on this planet, not only to help us understand what makes them habitable, but also how to measure it. Dr. Conrad will tell us about what we’ve learned on and from both planets about the evolution and decline of habitable environments.
Dr. Pamela Conrad, Planetary Environments Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- The Carnegie Institution will open its doors 6:00PM.
- An overflow room, with screens, will be available when our auditorium reaches maximum capacity. Seating in the auditorium is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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