Special Campus Screening
The Farthest tells the story of NASA's Voyager mission and its journey to the outer planets and beyond. Launched 40 years ago, Voyager's twin spacecraft have sent back data and images that revolutionized our understanding of the solar system—and each craft has continued sailing into interstellar space bearing greetings, music, and images from Earth, preserved on two golden records.
Following the documentary screening, join science journalist Miles O'Brien in conversation with Voyager team members:
- Suzanne Dodd (BS '84), Voyager project manager and JPL's director for the Interplanetary Network Directorate
- Carolyn Porco (PhD '83), Voyager I imaging specialist and imaging team leader for the Cassini-Huygens Mission, Space Science Institute
- Ed Stone, Voyager project scientist for JPL and Caltech's David Morrisroe Professor of Physics and Vice Provost for Special Projects
This free, public event is in the Beckman Auditorium and is open to all, but tickets are required.
A special VIP reception before the screening is available for the first 20 President's Circle Associates and Board Members who RSVP.
A limited amount of additional VIP tickets for the screening are available for all other Associates on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please RSVP to Cathy Axibal-Cordero at firstname.lastname@example.org or (626) 395-1335.