Monday, March 16

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

Chautauqua Community House

$15.00 ($12.00 Concert Member)*

Dark energy and dark matter are not just the tales of exciting blockbuster movies – they are mysterious, ominous forces that can shape and destroy planets or build cosmic empires. Unlocking the mysteries of the universe requires a keen eye and WFIRST (the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope) will take the legacy left by the great Hubble Telescope and amplify its effects tremendously. Join us as we explore the mysteries of our own galaxy and that of our interstellar neighbors through the eyes of the most powerful telescope on Earth: WFIRST.

About the Speaker:  Dr. Sheldon Drobot, Harris

Dr. Sheldon Drobot, Ph.D., MBA, is the Principal for Space Exploration at Harris Space & Intelligence. He is charged with strategic planning and new business development. Previously, he spoke at Chautauqua in 2019 about the GOES-R satellite and he has also given a TEDx Boulder talk on autonomous vehicles.
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