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Virtual Night Sky

The Virtual Night Sky is a new series presented by the ASU Marston Theater. Join us on select summer evenings to learn about the planets visible in the night sky and from your own backyard! 

Details: Wednesday, August 5, 8-9 pm

Learn about the planets and stars you can see from your own backyard! How many constellations are there and how are they named? We will discuss how the stars are known as constellations and view Saturn and its spectacular rings.

Space is limited - register in advace for this FREE Zoom webinar

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New Discoveries Lecture Series

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. In an effort to ensure everyone’s safety and health at this time, the School of Earth and Space Exploration has made the decision to postpone this series until Spring 2021. Please check back at a later date as we update our schedule.

SESE Colloquium Series

In an effort to ensure everyone’s safety and health at this time, the Summer 2020 Colloquium Series will be presented virtually as a webinar.