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Event Date: Event Name: Category:
2018-11-15
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Public Lecture: How to Find an Inhabited Exoplanet Educational Lectures
Event Description:
Prof. David Charbonneau, Harvard University, is the 2018 Robert M. Walker Distinguished Lecturer.
The NASA Kepler Mission taught us that Earth-sized planets are commonplace throughout the Galaxy. But did life take root on any of these distant worlds? Using upcoming large telescopes, astronomers will search the atmospheres of Earth-like planets for the telltale chemical fingerprints of life.
Additional Event Information
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Alcohol Free/Drug Free: Yes
Location: Washington University, 1 Brookings Drive, St. Louis 63130, Whitaker Hall, Room 100
Directions: Park at the Millbrook Garage
Price: Free
Contact Jan Foster
Event Sponsor: McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences
Contact Phone: 314-935-5332
Contact E-Mail: janf@wustl.edu
Contact Website: mcss.wustl.edu
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