Date: 12/04/2018

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: American Museum of Natural History (CPW at 79th St., Manhattan)

Price: $15 in advance
Harold C. Connolly Jr. provides an in-depth dispatch on the progress of the OSIRIS-Rex and Hayabusa2 spacecraft missions, which are currently probing asteroids Bennu and Ryugu. The goal of these ongoing missions is to return samples that will help scientists understand the precursors of life and provide clues for safeguarding our planet from asteroid impacts. Carter Emmart and Denton Ebel join Connolly to share visualizations of these active missions.
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