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21 August 2017: The Great UCLA Eclipse

21 August 2017: The Great UCLA Eclipse

August 14, 2017

Be sure to join us on Monday the 21st of August 2017 from 9:30AM to 11:30AM for 'The Great UCLA Eclipse' at UCLA's Court of Sciences. A partial Solar Eclipse (~60 percent coverage) will be visible at UCLA and we would like to showcase exceptional research and our collaboration between Earth,21 August 2017: The Great UCLA Eclipse

Upcoming Events

August  2017
Events on 08/11/17
  • 08/11/17 1:00pm
    JPL Mars Forum
    Speaker: Nancy Thomas (Caltech)
    Talk Title: MSL ChemCam Survey of Volatile Elements in Gale Crater, Mars: Implications for Past Aqueous Events -Calendar Link-
Events on 08/21/17
  • 08/21/17 11:30am-9:30am
    UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences, 595 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA
    The Great UCLA Eclipse (Partial Eclipse of the Sun Outreach Event)
    FREE and open to the public! 300 Solar Eclipse glasses given away, first come, first served. Event page: http://planets.ucla.edu/news/uclaeclipse/ -Calendar Link-
Events on 08/25/17
  • 08/25/17 11:00am
    JPL Mars Forum
    Speaker: Rachel Bryn Hausmann (JPL)
    Title: Creation of the Final Hazard Maps for the InSight Landing Site, Elysium Planitia, Mars -Calendar Link-

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