Ask and Astrobiologist with Aaron Gronstal

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Ask and Astrobiologist with Aaron Gronstal

Time: November 12, 2019 all day
Location: Everywhere!
Event Type: livestream
Organized By: Graham E. Lau
Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2019

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Our next episode of Ask an Astrobiologist is going to be on 12 November at 10:00 Pacific Time (17:00 UTC). You can tune in right here on SAGANet or watch on the NASA Astrobiology Facebook page. You can ask questions in the chat or use #AskAstrobio on Twitter to ask questions and engage with other audience members.

Our guest for this episode is Aaron Gronstal, who our SAGANet members will know best as the creator of the NASA Astrobiology comic books! 

Aaron Gronstal is a graphic artist and communications specialist for the NASA Astrobiology Program. Aaron began working for NASA as a geomicrobiologist and is now engaging in science communication for astrobiology as a writer and graphic artist. He is most widely known for creating the Astrobiology graphic novel history series that is celebrating its 7th issue! You can learn more about Aaron’s work and enjoy his artwork here: https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/resources/graphic-histories/ 

 

You can learn more about the show and watch past episodes here: https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/ask-an-astrobiologist/

 

We hope that you can all join us for this episode and will ask questions of Aaron about his science background, hist work as an artist, and about the intersections of science and art when it comes to astrobiology.

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