Volcanoes on Earth and in the Solar System
(This presentation will also be offered on February 16, 2012. Please register for the date/time in which you plan to participate.)
Date: February 14, 2012
Time: 1:15 - 2:30pm Eastern; 12:15 - 1:30pm Central; 11:15-12:30pm Mountain; 10:15-11:30am Pacific (Note: Presentation will be ~50 minutes; Additional 10-25 minutes provided for extra Q&A for those who wish to remain on the line.) *Note: AZ is currently on Mountain time.
Lead Speaker: Kim Willis, Jacobs JETS @ NASA Johnson Space Center
Description: Volcanic activity has shaped the surface of not only the Earth, but other planetary bodies in our solar system. Join this distance learning event for an interactive presentation connecting your students with a scientist at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Information about volcanoes including astronaut imagery of volcanoes on Earth and other remote sensing imagery showing volcanoes found in other planetary worlds will be shared.
Presentation Method: WebEx (once you register you will receive the WebEx instructions and toll-free call-in number one week prior to the actual event)
Technical Requirements: Speaker phone and internet connected computer