Is life on Earth exeptionally shallow
15 May 2012, 19:15 - 21:00
Venue: Aberdeen College
Speaker: Sean McMahon, School of Geology and Petroleum Geology, University of Aberdeen
Host: Cafe Scientifique
Many planets and moons, including Mars and Jupiter’s moon Europa, have dry, cold, sterile surfaces but warm, wet interiors where life could thrive. But how can we ever find it?
Pre-booking is essential by telephoning 01224 274348. The planetarium seats 30 and to ensure fairness we are restricting bookings to 2 seats per booking contact. Disabled access can be accommodated: please advise at the time of booking. This series is best suited to adults and older children. Enter the College by the Loch St entrance to Dino’s cafe where we will assemble prior to moving up to the planetarium. Very limited parking is available at the College but the nearby Loch St car park is open till late.