Where a Second Example of Life Might be Discovered in the Next Century
Sponsored by the ASU Beyond Center
Are we alone in the universe? The race is on to find the first trace of alien life. It could be found on Mars, on an icy moon like Enceladus, on a planet in a nearby star system, or even right under our noses here on Earth. This panel of distinguished scientists will debate the big question: Where will alien life be found first? Please join the Beyond Center in conjunction with the 2017 Astrobiology Science Conference for a discussion with four different points of views. Moderated by Paul Davies, the panel includes Jacob Haqq-Mistra, Charley Lineweaver, Vikki Meadows, Britney Schmidt, Svet Shkolyar, and Sara Walker. This event is free, and open to the public. No RSVP is needed.
Program presented by: Universities Space Research Association