“Brother Guy” Consolmagno to give Carl Sagan lecture at Sasquan

Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention
19-23 August 2015 at Spokane WA USA


“Brother Guy” Consolmagno to give Carl Sagan lecture at Sasquan

Spokane, 6 November 2014

Guy Consolmagno, an astronomer at the Vatican Observatory, will give a speech for the Carl Sagan Medal he received for 2014 as part of Sasquan’s First Night. The Sagan award is given annually by the American Astronomical Society for excellence in science writing. Brother Guy, an active fan and a member of the MIT Science Fiction Society, will give this speech at 8 PM on Wednesday night.

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