In an effort to ensure everyone’s safety and health at this time, the School of Earth and Space Exploration regretfully has made the decision to cancel the Open House.
The Earth & Space Open House is a free activity organized by the School's graduate students. Open House features informal public talks, telescope viewing, 3D planetarium shows and other exciting activities. A panel discussion entitled “ASU SmallSats: Tiny Spacecraft, Big Missions” will feature Craig Hardgrove, assistant professor, Joseph O'Rourke, assistant professor, Tahina Ramiaramanantsoa, postdoctoral researcher, and Jaime Sanchez de la Vega, managing engineer. Visitors of all ages are welcome and can talk to the School's experts on topics such as astrobiology, cosmology, the Earth and planets, robotics, and space exploration. The Open House event is held in ISTB4 on the Tempe campus and is FREE and open to the public.
The New Discoveries Lecture Series is designed to bring the 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's faculty. Lectures are presented in the Marston Exploration Theater in ISTB4 on the Tempe campus, and are free and open to the public.