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Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture

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Public seminar: Detecting Asteroids on a Collision Course with Earth

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Former Houston NASA astronauts Rusty Schweickart and Ed Lu

Former Houston NASA astronauts Rusty Schweickart (MIT Alum) and Ed Lu, who are
founders of the B612 organization dedicated to detecting asteroids, will talk about the
state of the art of detecting asteroids and large meteors on a collision course with earth
and what more that should be done.

October 21, 2015
1PM-2:30PM
University of Houston
Krost Hall, KH-Building 539
(near the intersection of
Elgin & Spur 5) Houston,
TX 77204