Neighborhood Lectures

Rewatch Sarah Stewart's Neighborhood Lecture: A New Creation Story for the Earth and Moon

Synestia A New Creation Story of the Earth and Moon

On November 12, 2020, Dr. Sarah T. Stewart, UC Davis, presented A New Creation Story of the Earth and Moon to a virtual crowd of more than 400 participants from all over the world.


Dates, Speakers Announced for Spring 2020 Neighborhood Lecture Series

 Artist conception of the Moon forming from a synestia, a hypothesized rapidly spinning donut-shaped mass of vaporized rock. Carnegie field crew on 3.5 billion year old rocks at Point Lake, NWT, Canada. Scientists search for what’s left of Earth’s oldest

Carnegie Science's Earth and Planets Laboratory will host this Spring's Neighborhood Lecture series at the Carnegie Institution for Science's beautiful Broad Branch Road (BBR) campus in Northwest Washington, DC.