Date(s) - 10/12/2019
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The historic New Horizons flyby mission to Pluto in 2015 was an astonishing success. What have we learned of this small, cold, distant world and its moons? How has this mission changed our understanding of small worlds? And what did New Horizons see on its follow-up visit to the much smaller “Ultima Thule” in January 2019? These unprecedented encounters have opened the outer solar system to our eyes for the very first time. Join us for an exciting, updated overview!
This talk is free as part of the Sage Series and is open to the public but requires pre-registration. For more information, please click here.