Nat Geo Live: The Search for Life Beyond Earth
Tuesday, April 21 | 8:00 pm CDT
Following recommendations of Harris County and the CDC to limit large gatherings and slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), this performance has been postponed. SPA is actively working with artists, agents, vendors and venues to determine if the performance can be rescheduled or must be cancelled.
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Don’t miss this firsthand report on the search for real extraterrestrials from NASA’s Deputy Chief Scientist for Solar System Exploration.
Astrobiologist Kevin Hand is searching for life beyond Earth. Working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, he designs instruments that will travel to Jupiter’s moon Europa to search for a possible subsurface ocean there that may support primitive forms of life. His work often takes him out of the lab to visit some of the world’s most forbidding environments—such as Antarctica and the deep sea—to investigate how microbes eke out a living under extreme conditions. Don’t miss this firsthand report on the search for real extraterrestrials.
Duration: approximately 90 minutes, without intermission
The views and opinions expressed by the artist(s) are those of the artist(s). They do not reflect the views or opinions of Society for the Performing Arts (SPA) and its affiliates.
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