The Chicago Society for Space Studies Presents:
Robert Zubrin; President, Mars Society
Mars on Earth: Learning how to Explore the Red Planet in the High Arctic
Sunday November 9, 2003 at 3:00pm
Robert Zubrin, today’s foremost proponent of human missions to Mars, discussed his most recent non-fiction book “Mars on Earth: The Adventures of Space Pioneers in the High Arctic“. The event was held at the Schaumburg Township Library
Other works by Robert Zubrin include:
- The Case for Mars
- Entering Space: Creating a Spacefaring Civilization
- First Landing
- Presentation was free and open to the general public
- Audience question and answer session
- Autograph session followed the presentation
If you are not familiar with the location of the Schaumburg Library, the following map should help you pinpoint the location. North is at the top of the map and the Schaumburg Library is located at the red ‘X’.
You can also view a Mapquest map of the library’s location
This event was made possible through the support and cooperation of the Windycon 2003 Science Fiction Convention.