Monday, March 8

Doors: 6:30 PM
Showtime: 7:00 PM

Chautauqua Community House

$15.00 ($12.00 Concert Member)*    

Howling winds, roaring seas, and an insatiable appetite for rain aren’t the tales of a movie, but the story of one of Saturn’s largest and most fabled moons – Titan. Named for the mythical Greek gods, the methane-filled moon contains a very dense atmosphere that inspires awe for its beautiful and toxic atmosphere. Join us as we brave the storms and seas on the only other celestial body to have an active atmosphere. What will you discover?

About the Speaker: Alejandro Soto, SwRI

Alejandro Soto is a Research Scientist at the Southwest Research Institute, where he studies the climate dynamics of terrestrial atmospheres. He is also involved in developing instruments to observe atmospheres and surfaces both in situ and remotely. Finally, Alejandro is a member of the Project ESPRESSO team, which is a virtual institute funded by NASA’s SSERVI program to enable and enhance future solar system exploration.

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