Thursday, May 12, 2011

NASA's Space Programs

Cassini at SaturnWednesday, May 18
Main Library
145 Washington Ave.
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Explore current and future NASA missions with Dr. Leonard Duda. Geared for children ages 8 and up, Dr. Duda will present a program on current NASA missions, in particular "Cassini" at Saturn, "Messenger" at Mercury and recent comet flybys. The presentation will include slides about these missions.

Dr. Duda has worked at Sandia Laboratory for over 30 years in several scientific areas, including geothermal energy and microwave calibration standards.

This free program is geared for children and their families and is funded by a grant from the Los Alamos National Laboratories Foundation.

For more information call 955-6783.

Image is an "artist's concept of Cassini at Saturn".

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