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D.C. Member Meeting with Special Guest Dr. Louise Prockter

Arlington, Virginia

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We are fortunate to have as our featured guest, Dr. Louise Procter, Deputy Project Scientist on the NASA Europa Clipper Pre-Project. The title of her presentation is "The Exploration of Europa: Past, Present, and Future". The Europa Clipper stands an excellent chance of being the next major interplanetary mission for NASA.

This will be a good opportunity to get a view from the inside on how things are progressing. Hope you can make it and meet other members of The Planetary Society, or learn how to join.

Directions:

Using Metro: Go to the Ballston metro station. Go up the escalators and turn left at the top. Take an immediate right and walk down Fairfax Drive. Pass N. Stafford St. and Randolf St. At N. Quincy St. take a left and cross Fairfax Dr. The library is on your right on the corner of N. Quincy and 10th St.



Driving: From I-395, take Glebe Road North. Go 2.7 miles and turn right on N. Quincy St. Go 0.5 miles. Just past Fairfax Dr., turn right on 10th street. The library and its parking lot is on the left. Parking is free.

Note: This event is not sponsored by The Planetary Society. The Society has no control over, or responsibility for, the content or operation of events sponsored by other organizations. All inquires should be directed to Dean Larson.

Details

D.C. Member Meeting with Special Guest Dr. Louise Prockter
November 23, 2014, 2:30pm - 4:30pm EST
Arlington Central Library Auditorium

1015 N. Quincy St.

Arlington, Virginia 22201



 

Please direct all inquiries about this event to Dean Larson at [email protected]

Join other local Planetary Society members to hear a presentation by Dr. Louise Prockter, Deputy Project Scientist on the NASA Europa Clipper Pre-Project, about the future of Europa exploration.
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