Lecture: The Surprisingly Diverse Array of Moons in our Solar System

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Select solar system moons.

Hubble Public Lecture Series is presented the first Tuesday of every month at 8pm Eastern Time (12am GMT). They are open to all and available on YouTube Live.

Earth's Moon is so familiar to us, yet there are hundreds of other moons in our solar system that still remain exotic.

Take a journey from our Moon to the weird and wonderful collection of moons across interplanetary space. Explore volcanoes, oceans, and clouds that make these distant worlds much more recognizable than one might have guessed. And consider how these familiar geologic features could create ideal conditions for life to take hold and flourish.

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