Myron Kayton Science Pub #23 - Mars Rover Curiosity from the Beginning to Now
March is the Red Planet's Month. Let’s celebrate it with Adans Ko, Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Real Time Operations Team Chief at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Mr. Ko specializes in ground data system design and cybersecurity. He served as a Command Computer Flight Software Engineer and JPL Missions Operations Assurance Manager for different NASA missions.
When: Sunday, March 26, 2023 @ 3pm-4pm (Pacific Time)
Cost: No charge, but pre-registration is required
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Zoom Address: Provided after registration
The Curiosity rover celebrated its ten years birthday on August 5, 2022. The Mars Science Laboratory mission landed the size of a MINI Cooper Curiosity rover on Mars 10 years ago. In the past decade, Curiosity's first stop was at the Gale Crater to find water on Mars. After 3721 Sols on Mars, Curiosity is ready to drill at the Encanto site. The mission's goals are from the quest for life on Mars to preparing for Mars Human exploration. This talk is to share the history of the Mars Rover Curiosity, from the beginning of its launch to the twelve years of life on Mars.
About the Myron Kayton Science Pub Series:
The Science Pub series is named after former Club president Myron Kayton ’56, who was a regular attendee of the Pub talks and had a deep commitment to science, having served as Deputy Manager for Lunar Module Guidance and Control at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in the 1960s.
3:00PM - 4:00PM Sun 26 Mar 2023, Pacific timezone
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