On Monday, April 6, George Preston, director emeritus of the Carnegie Observatories, talks about that stuff that covers two-thirds of the Earth’s surface and rarely falls from the sky in LA. His Carnegie Astronomy Lecture at the Huntington Library is titled “How the Earth Got Its Water.” A reception begins at 7 p.m., and the lecture starts at 7:30 p.m. in Friends’ Hall. And, unlike water, this event is free.
The next lecture in this series, focusing on NASA’s Messenger probe that has made two flybys of Mercury, is scheduled for Monday, May 20.
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