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April 2018 Events

April 2018 event highlights
Apr
2
Mon
7:00 PM Kilopower - Powering NASA Missions on Mars New Mexico Museum of Natural History - 1801 Mountain Road NW, Albuquerque

When we imagine sending humans to live on Mars, the moon or other planets in the not-so-distant future, a key question is: what kind of power source is small yet potent enough to reliably power an extraterrestrial habitat, and also make fuel for the trip home?

Apr
4
Wed
7:00 PM Kilopower - Powering NASA Missions on Mars Unitarian Church - 1738 North Sage Loop, Los Alamos

When we imagine sending humans to live on Mars, the moon or other planets in the not-so-distant future, a key question is: what kind of power source is small yet potent enough to reliably power an extraterrestrial habitat, and also make fuel for the trip home?

Apr
10
Tue
7:00 PM Kilopower - Powering NASA Missions on Mars Santa Fe Community College (Jemez Rooms) - 6401 Richards Avenue, Santa Fe

When we imagine sending humans to live on Mars, the moon or other planets in the not-so-distant future, a key question is: what kind of power source is small yet potent enough to reliably power an extraterrestrial habitat, and also make fuel for the trip home?

Apr
16
Mon
Apr
27
Fri
6:00 PM American Nuclear Society Trinity Section Meeting National Museum of Nuclear Science and History - 601 Eubank Blvd SE, Albuquerque.

Trinity Section dinner meeting with speaker John E. Kelly, PhD, ANS Vice President / President-Elect. (Topic: Perspectives on the Future of Nuclear Power in the United States)