Wednesday, February 6, 7 p.m.
South Shore Natural Science Center
LECTURE: Was There Water on Mars? â€“ News from the Mars Rover
Ralph Milliken, Geologist, Brown University
The rover Curiosity landed on Mars in the Gale Crater this past August as part of a 2 year mission to determine whether the planet ever had a climate that could have supported life The rover has already found signs that the planet may have once harbored more habitable environments. In September, the rover found evidence of a â€œvigorousâ€ thousand year flow on the surface of Mars. Join Ralph Milliken, a member of the Mars Rover science team, as he shares the latest images and data coming from Mars.
February 13 - JFK and the Sea
Maura Porter, Archivist, JFK Library
2013 culminates three years of marking the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedyâ€™s presidency. From creating the Cape Cod National Seashore to sailing on his own beloved Victura, John F. Kennedy had an intimate and lasting love of the sea. Kennedy Library Archivist, Maura Porter will share images and stories rarely seen about this aspect of John F. Kennedyâ€™s life.