You are cordially invited:
Phoenix Mars Mission Landing Celebration
Sunday, May 25, 2008 from 3:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Kuiper Space Sciences Building • Sonett Space Sciences Building
• Flandrau: The UA Science Center • Tucson, Arizona
Located on the UA Mall at Cherry Ave. and University Blvd.
• Children's activities
• Live Feed from NASA/JPL
• Commentary by UA scientists and engineers
• MarsQuest planetarium show
• Tours of the Space Imagery Center
• Mars & Solar viewing
• Physics Factory
• Free parking in the Cherry Avenue Garage Link to Map
• Cake and balloons
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THE MISSIONThe University of Arizona is honored to be the first public university to lead a mission to Mars. The Phoenix Mars Mission, scheduled to land May 25, 2008, is the first in NASA's "Scout Program." Scouts are designed to be highly innovative and relatively low-cost complements to major missions being planned as part of the agency's Mars Exploration Program. Learn More