One of the Oldest Scientific Societies in Washington, D.C.
Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 Lecture Series
The 2,394thMeeting of the Society
Friday, June 15, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Cassini's Spectacular Saturn
How it Revolutionized Our View of Planets, Moons, and the Possibilities for Life in the Universe
The 87th Joseph Henry Lecture
Sponsored by Millen, White, Zelano & Branigan, PC
** Meeting will start 30 minutes earlier than normal **
A series of lectures in honor of Joseph Henry,
the Founder of the Society
Cassini/Huygens Mission - Julie Webster, JPL
Saturn and Its Rings - Phil Nicholson, Cornell
Saturn’s Icy Moons - Bonnie Buratti, JPL
Enceladus - Terry Hurford, NASA-GSFC
Titan - Conor Nixon, NASA-GSFC
PSW Science meetings are free and open to the public. No reservations are required, and the dress is casual. Meetings begin promptly at 8:00 pm, are followed by a reception with refreshments at approximately 9:30 pm, and end at 10:30 pm. Thereafter, PSW Science members and their guests continue their conversations at another location.
The John Wesley Powell Auditorium is adjacent to the Cosmos Club, 2170 Florida Avenue NW, Washington DC 20008. Entrance is through the club gate, the first right-hand entrance on Florida Avenue north of the intersection with Massachusetts Avenue NW. The auditorium entrance is to the left of the gate.
The Cosmos Club is within walking distance of the DuPont Circle Metro stop (Q Street exit), the Connecticut Avenue bus routes (L2, L4), and the Massachusetts Avenue bus routes (N2, N4). Please note there is no parking at the Cosmos Club.
|President||Larry S. Millstein|
|Program Director||Larry S. Millstein|
|Membership Director||Lloyd Mitchell|
|Corresponding Secretary||Robin Taylor|
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