When: Monday, January 15, 11:30am-1:30pm
Cost: $49.00 includes lunch
Instructor: is a planetary geologist and director of the Planetary Image Research Laboratory (PIRL) within the Lunar and Planetary Lab of the University of Arizona.
Mars is one of the best places to search for signs of life beyond Earth, and it is a world that humans may one day call home. It is also a world of staggering beauty. The HiRISE camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed the stark and sometimes bizarre landscapes of Mars in spectacular high resolution and vivid color for the first time. View these vivid and beautiful images and gain a greater understanding of one of humanity’s greatest accomplishments in space travel.
Register for Food for Thought: Mars – Pristine Beauty of the Red Planet
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