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save the date, march 1, 2014
The word "exploration" in our name is indicative of our approach. For centuries, the quest for scientific knowledge has been an important driver for human exploration and SESE is dedicated to expanding the frontiers of knowledge through the exploration of Earth, space, matter, time and life.
Increasingly, successful exploration depends on a mastery of engineering theory and practice in order to create and adapt technologies for scientific applications. Our research and educational programs are designed explicitly to emphasize the importance of technology in modern science.
Come and explore the Solar System and beyond in 3D!!!
Marston Exploration Theater (MET) in ISTB 4
Show times: 4:30pm, 5:45pm, 7pm and 8:15pm
Join ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) for an amazing view our planet, our Solar System, and the galaxies beyond in a 45 minute 3D tour of the Universe! We will highlight current and future exploration missions.
This show is geared for kids from age 6-100!
3D-IMAGINE: 3D-IMage Arrays to Graphically Implement New Education
Zone 4 | ISTB 4 Lobby area
Space Grant supports graduate and undergraduate students in a variety of disciplines to further their educational experiences in science, engineering research, and informal education programs. There will be activities set up with some of our team projects and presentations by interns about their individual research.
Zone 4 | ISTB4
Professor Judd Bowman and the Low-frequency Cosmology Group (LoCo Lab) invite you to search and discover Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Radio Astronomy!
Learn about the Electromagnetic Spectrum, RFI and the need for "Radio Quiet" zones to study the Radio Sky in remote areas like Green Bank WV, Western Australia and South Africa.
Come tour the Mars Space Flight Facility and see: Images "Live from Mars"; a full-scale model of the Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity; hallways lined with spectacular Mars images. You will also have a chance to talk with scientists currently studying Mars for the latest information.
The Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies (RGCPS), also known as the Space Photography Laboratory (SPL), is a NASA Regional Planetary Information Facility (RPIF). Visit and see selected images of archived and current planetary missions, as well as plasma displays and maps of interest. Come and explore!
The center was renamed to honor Dr. Greeley, who came to ASU in 1977 and propelled the ASU Planetary Geology Group into a tremendous legacy of exploration that continues today with Curiosity on Mars! Come and explore!
Zone 4 | Bateman Physical Science Building, F Wing, 5th floor AND ISTB 4, 2nd floor
Check out the new EarthScope display touch-screen and make-a-quake interactive activity in the ISTB4 lobby, and then check out the EarthScope table to discover your "Birthquake"... the biggest earthquake to occur on your birth date!