The Insiders: Want a new house on Mars? Go to St. Paul’s and find out how
Catching a ride to the moon is something we’ve been exploring as our next big story.
So far we haven’t found anyone willing to let us tag along on their next mission to space, but we’re still holding out hope. Unfortunately, that doesn’t do much for your quest to see what this whole space fad is about, but luckily St. Paul’s School has the next best thing. Tonight at 7:30 in the Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science Lecture Hall Room 131, John Henry Livingston – a St. Paul’s graduate and current scientist at NASA’s jet propulsion laboratory – will give you all the juicy details in his free talk.
Livingston will discuss manned flight and the colonization of Mars. Maybe he can tell us when we’ll be able to build on that piece of property we purchased last year on the north side of the planet. We’re hoping to make some moves in the next year or so because then we can start the Mars Insider and provide all the hip things to do a mere 39 days away – although we might have to be a little better with our planning.
And it gets better. Livingston will also give the lowdown on how we may actually be able to explore the outer reaches of space.
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