Virtual Gallery Show

Light and Meaning in Astrophysics

Undergraduate students from Professor Ellen Murray Messinger's Color and Sustainability 2020 Fall semester course at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts were asked to bridge science and art to create an original piece of artwork. Working with guest instructor Patrick Young from School of Earth and Space Exploration, and utilizing multi-color data from the Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory, this Virtual Gallery Show highlights the students’ artwork, their inspiration, and what they chose to communicate with their art. View the collection of student artwork.

Virtual Night Sky

The Virtual Night Sky is a series presented by the ASU Marston Exploration Theater presenters. Join us live on select evenings to learn about the planets and stars visible in the night sky from your own backyard! See our events listing above for the next show!

Space is limited - register in advance for this FREE Zoom webinar! For inquires, please contact Kim.Baptista@asu.edu.

New Discoveries Lecture Series

The New Discoveries Lecture Series brings exciting scientific work of the school's researchers to the general public in a series of informative and up-to-date evening lectures. Each will be given by a member of the School of Earth and Space Exploration's faculty. Lectures are presented virtually via a FREE Zoom webinar until public events on the ASU Tempe campus can safely resume. 

See our events listing above for registration!

Space is limited - register in advance for this FREE Zoom webinar! For inquires, please contact Kim.Baptista@asu.edu.

Earth and Space Exploration Day

Earth and Space Exploration Day is a free annual event hosted by the School of Earth and Space Exploration. This event includes science-related activities for students age five and up, families, educators, and anyone interested in Earth and space. The event includes talks with scientists, interactive exhibits, 3D planetarium shows, and student science exhibits. Check back here in Fall 2022 for event details.

For inquires, please contact Kim.Baptista@asu.edu.

Earth and Space Open House

Earth and Space Exploration Open House is a free annual event held in the fall and spring semesters and hosted by the graduate students of the School of Earth and Space Exploration. This event includes public lectures, planetarium shows, interactive science exhibits for all ages, and stargazing with telescopes to learn about the night sky. 

Colloquium Series

The Fall 2021 Colloquium Series lectures will be presented in hybrid mode this semester and can be viewed via Zoom or in-person in the Marston Exploration Theater. Visit the Fall 2021 Colloquium Series to learn more, to register and for a full list of Fall speakers, dates, and times.

Event Location, Parking and Contact Info

Do you need directions to our events or information on parking? Check out our downloadable map and parking directions.

Do you have a question about one of our events or a suggestion? Please contact our Events Coordinator, Kim Baptista at Kim.Baptista@asu.edu.