Searching for Life in Ocean Worlds of the Outer Solar System, May14

NASA has started a new program called "Ocean Worlds" that will focus on the many oceans in the moons of the outer Solar System. Enceladus, Europa, and Titan are of particular interest. Come with us as planetary scientist Dr. Chris McKay explores where and how we will search for evidence of life in these alien seas.

Dr. Chris McKay

WHAT: Searching for Life in Ocean Worlds of the Outer Solar System
WHO: Dr. Chris McKay, Planetary Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center
WHERE: Cushing Memorial "Mountain" Amphitheater, Ridgecrest Blvd, Mount Tamalpais State Park
Map: [http://goo.gl/maps/iRRFR]
WHEN: 2016-05-14 — 8:30 PM, Saturday, May 14, 2016
HOW: Admission is FREE, but please register below. Bring a flashlight; and, just in case, wear warm clothes in layers. If bad weather threatens, call 415-455-5370 after 4pm. Hang around afterward for a laser-guided tour of the night sky AND for celestial viewing through the big telescopes of the San Francisco Amateur Astronomers (SFAA). This event is co-produced by Wonderfest, the Mount Tam Astronomy Program, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Friends of Mt. Tam, and the SFAA.