Earth & Space Open House: Astrobiology! The Search For Alien Life

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ASU's Earth & Space Open House says
Come join us at our March Earth & Space Open House! This month's theme is Astrobiology! The Search for Alien Life, featuring a public lecture on "Hunting for Life in the Solar System" by ASU Astrophysics PhD candidate Marc Neveu in Room 240 at 8:15 PM .

TWO 3D planetarium shows - 7:15 PM and 8:45 PM in Marston Exploration Theater

Create Your Own Planet! - 8:00 PM in Marston Exploration Theater (Must sign up at welcome table beforehand)

Telescope Viewing (weather permitting) - 8:00-10:00 PM outside ISTB4 next to the James Turrell Skyscape art installation (follow signs)

As usual, there will be many exciting demonstrations and activities in the state-of-the-art ISTB4 Gallery of Scientific Exploration by experts in astrobiology, geology, cosmology, planetary science and more! Don't leave without picking up your free poster.

Free admission! (Planetarium show and lecture seating is first come first serve. Theater will be cleared after each event.)

Please spread the word to your family, friends, and anyone else interested in learning more about earth and space exploration. All are welcome!

For more details, including maps of ASU and parking, please visit us online:

Earth & Space Open House is brought to you by the School of Earth & Space Exploration, GeoClub, AstroDevils: ASU Astronomy Club, Icarus Rocketry, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS), Center for Meteorite Studies (CMS), and many other organizations at Arizona State University whose members volunteer their time each month to make this wonderful event possible.
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