Come to a New Mexico PBS Science Café and view a clip of a PBS program and then join in a discussion with leaders in their field regarding the topics covered in the clip.
Upcoming Science Café
The event has been cancelled due to public health concerns
The Planets: Saturn
Saturday, March 21
10 a.m.– 12 p.m.
1701 Mountain Rd NW
The last 40 years, space probes have given us glimpses of Saturn. But, it was NASA’s Cassini mission that truly delivered stunning images and scientific data that has shed some light on this beautiful giant ringed planet. Cassini’s epic journey looping through its icy rings and flying by its mysterious moons has left a legacy of data that will continue for decades to reveal Saturn’s countless wonders.
Come to the March NMPBS Science Café, watch a segment of NOVA The Planets: Saturn and join a discussion with Leonard Duda, Ph.D., retired Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque after 37 years as a principal member of technical staff. Dr. Duda will discuss new findings about Saturn, including NASA’s discoveries about Titan and the complex rings as Cassini mission data is studied.
Admission to the café is free, but a reservation is required. Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.