Talk explores the habitability of Jupiter’s moon Europa at Rockingham Library | Community-news

BELLOWS FALLS — Venture scientist of NASA’s Europa Clipper Mission, Bob Pappalardo, can be talking on the Rockingham Library at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

Visitors can take the distinctive alternative to study from an knowledgeable about why Jupiter’s moon Europa could also be among the best locations to search for environments the place life might exist past Earth. Despite the fact that Europa is however considered one of Jupiter’s 90+ moons, it has been singled out for its particular traits. Discover out what these traits are and when, within the close to future, the Europa Clipper can be despatched as much as conduct an in depth reconnaissance.

This system, of curiosity to curious folks aged 14 by grownup, is free, open to the general public and accessible to these with disabilities. The library is positioned at 65 Westminster St. 


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