Looking for something to do tonight? And indoors to avoid the possible rain? Come ASU's Night of the Open Door!
The School of Earth and Space Exploration at ASU will be opening it's doors to the public for this event, along with many other ASU Schools and Departments.
The fun starts at 4pm and will go until 9pm. Stop by for a 3D theater show in our Marston Exploration Theater, come to listen to several of our esteemed faculty share their current research, explore the Gallery of Scientific Exploration, interact with various student groups and the fun activities they have planned, and get a sneak peek within some of our lab spaces where researchers will provide tours, demos, and answer questions!
All are welcome! Great fun for the family! We hope to see you tonight!
Are you an ASU student who would like to work at the Gallery of Scientific Exploration? Well, you're in luck! We're hiring for an Event Attendant Lead. It closes December 8 so apply soon!
Did you know that the REAL Curiosity Rover weighs 2,000 pounds?
The Curiosity Rover Replica is a 1:1 scale model, and he greets visitors to the School of Earth and Space Exploration at ASU. It's as big as an SUV and shoots lasers from it's eye! (Well, the real one does, but it's on Mars!)
Come visit the Gallery of Scientific Exploration and see what's new!
Our Gallery docents and members of AstroDevils will have solar telescopes and Sun Trackers available in front of ISTB4 this afternoon to view the partial solar eclipse! Come join us!
Adults' Night Out: Science Fiction TV Dinner: Farscape
June 6, 2014
We’ll be screening the episode “Throne for a Loss” from the series’ first season.