Family-Friendly Virtual Program on the
Perseverance Landing

February 3, 2021

Family-Friendly Virtual Program on the Perseverance Landing

The Lunar and Planetary Institute is pleased to present this free, 30-minute virtual program for families and children. Join us as Mars scientists Drs. Justin Filiberto and Patricia Craig discuss the Perseverance rover, which is landing on Mars on February 18. We will conduct an activity together, geared for families with children ages 7-13. Registration is free but required.

Dr. Justin Filiberto

Dr. Justin Filiberto is a senior staff scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Institute, where he studies volcanism and how the crusts and mantles of Mars and other planets have changed over time.
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Dr. Patricia Craig

Dr. Patricia Craig studies Mars, particularly clay minerals on Mars and identifying areas on Mars that were or are conducive to life. She is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist with the Planetary Science Institute.
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