Earth and Space Exploration Day
You’re invited to the virtual Earth and Space Exploration Day hosted by ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration!
Saturday, Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. AZ/MST via Zoom
Earth and Space Exploration Day is a free annual event hosted by the School of Earth and Space Exploration. This year the event will be held virtually and will feature demonstrations, talks with scientists and science activities. The School's research involves all continents on Earth, and extends to the Moon, Mars, Mercury and beyond. It's great fun for students, families, educators and anyone interested in exploring Earth and space.
Space is limited! Register here via Zoom to reserve your spot. Your registration is confirmation of your RSVP.
Plus! Passport to the Stars: Earth and Space Exploration Day edition for K-12 learners!
10 a.m.: Welcoming remarks by School of Earth and Space Exploration Director Mini Wadhwa
Keynote address by Research Scientist Rolf Jansen
Group presentations from:
Hydrothermal Organic Geochemistry Group: Earth as a chemist
Infiniscope: Galaxy Exploration
11 a.m.: Live broadcast from Mission Operations
Ron Greeley Center for Planetary Studies with Prof. David Williams: NASA Planetary Exploration Update talk
Cosmology Research Group: James Webb Space Telescope research and a demo of AHaH
Dr. Impact: How impact craters form and what controls the size of the crater
Noon: Live broadcast from the Gallery of Exploration featuring the Psyche Mission
Meet the School of Earth and Space Exploration Docents and Space Grant Interns
Infiniscope: James Webb Space Telescope trivia
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera: mission overview
ShawdowCam: mission overview and instrument status
Center for Meteorite Studies: Tour of the ASU Center for Meteorite Studies collection
12:50 p.m.: Live broadcast from the Marston Theater