Talk to an Astrobiologist w/ Dr. Ariel Anbar!

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Talk to an Astrobiologist w/ Dr. Ariel Anbar!

Time: January 30, 2014 from 9:30am to 10:30am
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This month join us for a live chat with Dr. Ariel Anbar, world renowned astrobiologist and PI of the "Follow the Elements" Astrobiology team at Arizona State University!

When: Thurs. Jan. 30th at 9:30 AM PDT/ 12:30 PM EDT / 5:30 PM GMT

Where: Join the live chat on SAGANLive

Dr. Anbar is a biogeochemist interested in the past and future evolution of Earth as a habitable planet. Find out more about Dr. Anbar and his work here. 

Come and get your questions answered by a world-expert!


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Comment by Sheryl La Bouchardiere on January 29, 2014 at 2:35am

Thanks Sara, unfortunately I'll be half way home from work at that time. I may be able to sneak in and sit at the back if it isn't finished when I get home.

Comment by Sara Imari Walker on January 28, 2014 at 8:03pm

Hi Sheryl, the event will be happening at 5:30PM GMT. Hope to see you there! 

Comment by Sheryl La Bouchardiere on January 28, 2014 at 8:16am

Can anyone tell me what time this will be in GMT please?

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