Monica Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Science at the OU, is most well known for her work on meteorites.
She has an asteroid named after her and has spoken extensively about voyages in Space and Time.
Prof Grady's highly engaging public talk at Dynamic Earth will explore developments in space science in the 50 years since the first human walked on the Moon and since the OU was born.
Expect to be informed, thrilled and entertained, as Monica takes you on a space adventure not to be missed!
This will be a hugely popular event, and you are advised to book your place as soon as possible. This talk is recommended for age 14+.
Tickets are available for purchase through Dynamic Earth. Price: £5.00 and free for students with valid ID (such as a TOTUM/NUS card).
This event is accompanied by a drop-in, free-of-charge OU Science Showcase exhibition at Dynamic Earth, with interactive activities for all, running 15-16 October 2019, 10:00-16:00.