March 2015

DateEventLocation
Saturday, Jan 31–Sunday, May 17
5:00 pm
Astronomical: Photographs of Our Solar System and Beyond

The evolution of photography has been inextricably bound up with the field of astronomy. Since photography's earliest days, it has been used as a tool to advance astronomical observation and thought, yielding some of the most curious and compelling images in the medium's history. Featuring works by a diversity of makers ranging from pioneering scientists to artists and amateurs, this exhibition surveys mankind's ongoing efforts to chart and understand an expanding universe.

Center for Creative Photography Gallery
1030 N. Olive Rd.

Free to the public
Center for Creative Photography Gallery: Room
Tuesday, Mar 31
3:45 pm — 5:00 pm
LPL Colloquium: Dr. Kevin Zahnle
Dr. Kevin Zahnle
Scientist
NASA Space Science and Astrobiology at Ames

Is there Methane on Mars? III. Revenge of the Cows

The quest to measure methane has become a driver of 21st century Mars science. I will review why published reports of methane on Mars should be regarded with skepticism, before addressing why the question may never go away.

Host: Dr. Roger Yelle
Kuiper Space Sciences: Room 312