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Meteorites: A Window Into the Dawn of the Solar System
April 11 to April 25

Meteorites: A Window Into the Dawn of the Solar System


With Mark Bailey, Natural Philosopher & Science Instructor

Hear a tale of the beginning of our Solar System through the lens of three meteorites: The Canyon Diablo, Allende, and Murchison. Explore how these meteorites have transformed humanity’s view of our Solar System and our place in it. In the process, a remarkable story emerges about how science works and the insights we’ve gained as the story unfolds.

Tues., April 11-25 • 1-2 p.m.


$45 • Class #: 24009

Video will be available for this class.

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Mark Bailey

Mark Bailey

Mark Bailey is a longtime science instructor who has taught multiple topics over a nearly 40-year career in science education. His subject areas of expertise include geology, astronomy, and biology. He has taught every grade level in the sciences from kindergarten to graduate level college courses, and emphasizes exploratory learning as well as the latest up-to-date topic matter. His latest project has been the contribution of the "Geologic History" chapter to the soon to be released book, The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History, published by Backcountry Press.