Robotic Exploration and A Dash by Pluto: What we've learned in the last few months

Keith Davis

Tuesday September 29th 2015 - 7:00 pm ET

Digital Visualization Theater, Jordan Hall of Science

The last twelve months have been a bright year for solar system exploration. From landing on a comet to the first high resolution photos of Pluto and Charon, a lot of new information is just starting to be digested by scientists.

Join Dr. Keith Davis as he demonstrates just how you get to a comet in the first place, reviews the first guesses at the new geology processes that formed Pluto’s mountains, and looks into just what those weird spots on Ceres are.

Stargazing (if clear)


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