NASA Science Talk

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Blink Staff

Jim Green Photocredit Max Alexander UK Space Agency

NASA Chief Scientist Dr. Jim Green speaking at Blink

NASA's Chief Scientist, Dr. Jim Green will speak to students, parents, and other science enthusiasts on a broad range of science and space topics at Blink in the fall of 2020, date to be determined.

In conjunction with Dr. Green’s Science talk Blink is hosting a gallery show featuring artwork by students that is inspired by science. Dr. Green will hand out awards to the top 5 artists.

Some of the things you can expect to learn during Jim’s high energy science talk include:

- The gravitational pull of Jupiter on asteroids
- The search for life
- Weird science
- Exoplanets
- New North Pole trade routes
- Diverting Bennu
- The stress of spending billions of taxpayer dollars.

"We’re close to finding and announcing alien life on Mars....but is the world ready?"


Event schedule:
Fall 2020, exact date tbd

3:30pm - Doors open
4:00pm - Jim Green talk, interview-style with Blink CEO, Karen Clark Cole
5:00pm - Q&A with audience
5:30pm - Awards given by Dr. Green to top 5 artists from the student art show "Art inspired by science"
5:30pm - Mingling and NASA inspired photo booth
7:00pm - Doors close

Light refreshments will be provided. The event is free and open to the public.
Space is far away, and limited, please RSVP and get notified when the exact date is finalized for the event.

NASA's Chief Scientist, Dr. Jim Green will present at Blink on March 5th. Photo Credit The Telegraph.