Member Talk: A Voyage to Mars
Event type: Online Members event
Free, online event - no ticket required.
15 July 2020 6pm-7pm
Join us for an event that is out of this world and uncover the secrets of Mars with Museum scientists and guest astrophysicist Prof Chris Lintott.
In anticipation of the launch of NASA’s Mars 2020 Mission, join Museum scientists in conversation with University of Oxford Professor, Chris Lintott, to discover the secrets of the red planet.
Through conversation with Prof Caroline Smith, Dr Peter Grindrod and PhD student Sara Motaghian, this event will explore the fascinating future of science on Mars.
Using visualisations, exploration data and specimens from the Museum's collection, guests will learn what makes Mars so fascinating, what is in orbit right now, and how Museum science is contributing to international research.
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