The Virtual Night Sky is a new series presented by the ASU Marston Exploration Theater. Join us on select summer evenings to learn about the planets visible in the night sky and from your own backyard!
Space is limited - register in advance for this FREE Zoom webinar!
For inquires, please contact Kim.Baptista@asu.edu.
Earth and Space Exploration Day is a free annual event hosted by the School of Earth and Space Exploration. This event will be held virtually starting at 10 a.m. 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. A registration link and scheduled details will be coming soon!
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 virtually and are free and open to the public.
We are working out the details for our fall New Discoveries Lecture and will provide a zoom webinar link for registration.
In an effort to ensure everyone’s safety and health at this time, the Fall 2020 Colloquium Series will be presented virtually as a webinar.
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.