Join us on Jan. 25, at 7:00 pm for Public Astro Night, where we will learn about where we might find life elsewhere in our universe! Our speakers, Prof. Nagissa Mahmoudi, Prof. Richard Léveillé, and Dr to be, Brady O'Connor will guide us through the world of astrobiology. We will learn about how life may have formed on other celestial objects, how we go about detecting life in the universe, and how we can use Earth's own extreme environments to inform us about life on other worlds! After the 45 minute presentation from our speakers, there will be a 30 minute Q&A period where you will be able to ask our experts your most pressing questions! The talk will take place in the Maass Chemistry Building room 112. This is a free event, open to everyone.