Future Fridays Lecture Series

Andrew Fraknoi, Astronomer

November 1

6-10 p.m.

In collaboration with the Bay Area Science Festival

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Apollo 11 was a giant leap for mankind, but where did it take us? What have fifty years of missions, probes and observations taught us about the Moon? Andrew Fraknoi will look at spectacular revelations on the surprising past, present, and future of Earth’s mysterious neighbor. You’ll be blown away by its violent origins, the puzzle of lunar frozen water, and its crawl further away from us. Watch the Moon come alive as an eerie new world and a potential future destination for humanity.

 

About Future Fridays

A series of community conversations with science and futurist thought leaders.

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Begun in 2011,  the Future Fridays Lecture Series is an evening lecture series that runs in the Fall and Spring and features talks by prominent leaders, authors, and innovators.

The lectures are open to Chabot’s Stellar Society corporate and community members.  Additional guests are welcome based on availability.

Please contact development@chabotspace.org for more details.

Other 2019-2020 series dates:

March 6: Megan Hochstrassee, Ph.D., Science Communications at Innovative Genomics Institute

April 3: Jon Foley, Ph.D., Executive Director Project Drawdown

May 1: Adam Tobin, Executive Director Chabot Space & Science Center

The Future Fridays Series is generously underwritten by Rudney Associates.