von Kármán Lecture - How NASA Observes Earth from Air & Orbit
- Public Event
Out of concern for the health of our community as a social distancing measure in light of COVID-19, our normal Friday presentation of JPL's lecture has been canceled.
This JPL lecture will presented on a Thursday, online only:
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In time for Earth Day, this month's show features campaigns that monitor our planet from orbit as well as from the air. We'll focus on how NASA monitors global change from on high—for example monitoring global methane and carbon dioxide emissions—while also monitoring hyperlocal change from aircraft, such as earthquake damage, fires and aquifers.
Von Kármán Lectures are presented twice monthly, once at JPL and once in Caltech's Beckman Auditorium, and are free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Online registration via Eventbrite is requested for the von Kármán Lectures held at Caltech. There is no online registration for von Kármán Lectures held at JPL.
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