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Science on Screen - "Mission to Mars"

I am posting the whole season of "Science on Screen" which occur on the second Tuesday of each month.  The movies start at 7:00pm; I set our Meetup time at fifteen minutes earlier so we can gather and find seats together.  Cost is $10 for non-members and $5 for Real Art Ways members; discounts for seniors and students.

Mission to Mars tells the extraordinary story of the astronauts of the Mars Recovery Mission, the nearly insurmountable dangers that confront the heroic crew on their journey through space, and the amazing discovery they make when they finally reach Mars.  Directed by Brian De Palma, 2000, 114 min. watch the trailer]

Martha Gilmore is an Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Wesleyan University. Gilmore has three primary research interests on terrestrial plants: planetary geomorphology and tectonics, planetary exploration, and environmental remote sensing. 

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  • Margo L.

    Great to learn something of the geology of another planet - and bonus to get the posters!

    April 9, 2014

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