This Tuesday, Feb. 24th at 7 p.m. Weber State is hosting a lecture on Space flight and Trajectories in the Lind Lecture Hall on Weber State University’s campus. It’s geared to anyone with a high school level of physics education. Dan Adamo’s “Interplanetary Cruising With Earth-To-Mars Transit Examples” lecture will review major challenges to interplanetary human spaceflight and suggests strategies by which they may be addressed.
This Thursday, Feb. 26th, the Utah Natural History Museum is hosting astrobiologist Dr. Caleb Scharf. There will be a public lecture starting at 7 pm. Sadly, their site says seats are full, but you can sign up for a waiting list and hope to get in if you’re there by 6:45pm. In addition, be sure to check flier below to learn how to RSVP to a Friday morning conversation with Dr. Scharf, but act fast! Today is the last day to RSVP.
Finally, I just want to remind everyone that we’ll be at the Clark Planetarium this Friday at 4pm instead of our usual Wednesday meeting. Meet other SEDS members in the lobby around 4, Dark Universe starts at 4:30 and will be $9.
Looking like a fun week! If you plan on attending any of these events please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org , so we know who to look for when we get there.