Trina Ray will highlight the most exciting discoveries of NASA's 20-Year mission to Saturn, including astrobiological discoveries from two of its 53 known moons. Ice-encrusted Enceladus, with its geyser-like jets spewing water vapor and ice particles from an underground ocean, has become a promising lead in our search of worlds where life could exist. And on Mercury-sized Titan, rippling sand dunes and hydrocarbon seas hide a liquid ocean of water and ammonia, both essential biological molecules.
Tuesday, April 17 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Palm Desert Center, Auditorium
75080 Frank Sinatra Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92211
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