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ASU Earth and Space Open House

ASU Earth & Space Open House is a free, bi-semester, public outreach service organized by graduate students from the School of Earth & Space Exploration at Arizona State University. Each open house features public lectures, telescope viewing, and other exciting demonstrations and activities by experts in various areas of SESE such as astrobiology, astronomy, the Moon, Mars, meteorites, geology, cosmology, robotics, space exploration, and more. Click here to learn more about the volunteers and groups who make this event possible!

We welcome guests of all ages at Open House! The building and telescope area are both wheelchair and stroller accessible. No reservations are required, but if you are bringing a large group (30+), advance notice by email ( is greatly appreciated. 

Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to promote the learning of basic astronomical and geological subjects by means of public outreach. We are completely volunteer run, with all donations and financial support going toward the materials needed to make our monthly events possible.
If you have enjoyed Open House and would like to help support us -- with a donation, by sharing our event with friends and family, or by any other means -- please click here.



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