The presentation will be held at the InfoAge Space Exploration Center (ISEC) located at 2300 Marconi Road, Wall on Sunday, March 26th at 2:00 PM. The lecture and demonstration is open to the public.

Lectures are free to the public with a suggested donation of $10.00.

Our Neighbors In Space 
In a remarkable step in understanding the evolution of planets in our galaxy, astronomers have spotted a nearby star with seven earth-sized planets. Some of these planets could harbor liquid water, the key to life as we know it. At about 40 light years from Earth, this system of planets, known as Trappist-1, is relatively close to us in the constellation Aquarius. This is the latest discovery in NASA’s search, which has yielded a catalog of over a thousand planets.
 

Join us in a discussion on the evolution of planets, how exoplanets are found and details on the first results of this discovery. 

Frank O’Brien has been volunteering at InfoAge since 2003, and is a Solar System Ambassador for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is the author of a very successful book on the Apollo Guidance Computer, and gives monthly lectures on all aspects of spaceflight.