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Lets go to Mars


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Jerry Stone FBIS presents a practical way to reach the Red Planet.

Date and Time

01 May 2018 - 18:30-21:00


Bath, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - SW:Somerset & W.Wilts local network. Contact peter.shiret@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

The USA and Europe both have plans to reach Mars, but don’t expect to do so before the year 2035.
Yet if we started now, we could get there in about 10 years, without it costing a fortune. Hear about a different way of reaching Mars, and what the Mars Society is doing to prepare us for the trip.Jerry’s life long interest in promoting space exploration spans some 40 years.
He is a former Director of European Exhibitions for the United States Space Education Association and President of the European Space Promotion Organisation.During the 1980's, he was a member of the curatorial staff at the Science Museum in London, responsible for the Astronomy, Space and Exploration galleries. He is now a freelance presenter, offering public talks and workshops for schools and youth organisations and is STEM Ambassador specialising in the science of astronomy and space exploration.


6:30pm arrival.
7pm start of event.

Additional information

Room 2.6 in the Chancellors Building.

Registration information

Registration is requested, but not compulsory.


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