Want to know what life is like in one of the most extreme and remote location on the earth? Interested in learning what a neutrino is and why IceCube's looking for them?

    Join me and my students for Antarctica Community Night where you'll get these questions answered and more!

      Wednesday, April 5th  
      6:00pm - 7:00pm  
      Washington-Lee High School's Little Theater  

    We'll start with a short presentation about my expedition to the South Pole, followed by stations (led by IB Physics students) where you can learn how a DOM works, take a selfie wearing Extreme Cold Weather (ECW(abbreviation) Extreme Cold Weather clothing) gear, and test your knowledge with an Antarctica themed fun-facts quiz.

    This event is family friendly – all ages, all grades, and all science ability levels are welcome! Coloring pages will be available during the presentation for the little ones.

    IB Physics student Tommy tries on the ECW gear. You too can wear the ECW by coming to Antarctica Community Night!

    Hope to see you there!

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