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Life on Mars Lecture

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Forwarded from Tim Thompson

Dr. Robert Jastrow, Director of the Mount Wilson Institute, will be the lead-off speaker in the MWOA (Mt. Wilson Observatory) Winter-Spring Lecture Series.

"Evidence for Life on Mars: Implications for Humankind's Place in the Cosmos"

Altadena Public Library
600 E. Mariposa St., Altadena, CA
Sunday, January 26, 1997
Refreshments at 1:30 PM
Lecture at 2:00 PM

Dr. Jastrow is the well known author of "God and the Astronomers", "Red Giants and White Dwarfs" and "A Journey to the Stars". Dr. Jastrow will tie together the recent "life on Mars" discoveries, annoucements, and controversies, with the new technology at Mt. Wilson Observatory, designed to aid in the quest for extrasolar planets.

Jastrow is never boring, so don't miss this one.

Get to the library via the 210 fwy; exit north on Lake. Go about 2.5 miles, turn left on Mariposa. Library is at the 2nd stop sign (Santa Rosa Ave), SW corner.

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