Br. Guy Consolmagno is both a Jesuit brother and a planetary scientist at the Vatican Observatory, which he has directed since 2016. Thanks to his Vatican connections, his work has sent him around the world several times to dozens of countries and every continent. In this talk he will share some of those adventures, from the meteorite fields of East Antarctica to the United Nations, and reflect on the larger meaning of our common experience as scientists… not only what we do, but why we do it.
This program will be streamed live to an audience in the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium at the University of Minnesota, Duluth
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