Published: Nov. 6, 2017

Have an interest in learning what it takes for humans to live in space? Curious about bioastronuatics? 

If you go

Who: Students interested in the space minor
What: Humans in Space!
When: Tuesday, Nov. 7, 6 p.m.
Where: Fiske Planetarium

Free admission and pizza; doors open at 5:30 p.m.

The CU Boulder space minor is offering an amazing opportunity for students to hear about research happening here at the university in bioastronuatics and human spaceflight. On Nov. 7, Allie Anderson will give a special talk about what it takes for humans to live in space.

There will be free pizza, and the talk will be followed by a free showing of black-hole footage! Tell all your friends and join us for this awesome evening.

The event is open to CU Boulder students interested in the space minor, open to all majors. Learn more about the space minor program.