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Santa Fe Institute and Creative Santa Fe
Interplanetary Project Panel Discussion


Tuesday, July 18, 2017 7:30PM
Lensic Performing Arts Center

Santa Fe Institute and Creative Santa Fe<br>
Interplanetary Project Panel Discussion
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Santa Fe Institute and Creative Santa Fe Present Interplanetary Project Panel Discussion

Tickets on sale Monday, May 8th at 10am

What will it take to become an InterPlanetary civilization? How should we address the most pressing problems of Earth to tackle a challenge at this scale? What will success mean for future generations? What is holding humanity back and what do we all need to achieve in terms of novel governance, new technologies, shared resources, and global cooperation to achieve this goal?

Panelists include:
Planetary scientist Linda Elkins-Tanton, director of the School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University.

Science and technology journalist Kate Green spent four months in Hawaii on a simulated Mars mission for NASA.

Sandra Moore Faber, professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has made important discoveries linking the brightness of galaxies to the speed of stars within them.

Jonah Nolan, screenwriter, television producer, director, and author who has collaborated on several films with his brother, Christopher, including Interstellar, Dark Knight, Dark Knight Rises, and Memento.

Transdisciplinary artist, researcher, writer, teacher, and “citizen-scientist” Dario Robleto is an artist in residence at the SETI Institute.

Neal Stephenson is a writer known for his works of speculative fiction, exploring subjects such as mathematics, cryptography, linguistics, philosophy, currency, and the history of science.

Tickets: $5 Reserved Seating
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