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Airbus Defence and Space Adds Real Mars Experience to 2014 Stoneley Lecture

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Wednesday, February 19th 2014
| London, UK


Airbus Defence and Space Adds Real Mars Experience to 2014 Stoneley Lecture

Paul Meacham, System Engineer on the Airbus Defence and Space’s ExoMars Rover Vehicle Project will be joining Dallas Campbell on stage for the PESGB’s annual Stoneley Lecture.

The Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain (PESGB) is delighted that Paul will assist Dallas Campbell – presenter of the BBC’s popular science programme, Bang Goes the Theory – by sharing his real-world experience and knowledge of what it takes to get to Mars.

PESGB members and members of the public are invited to the Central Hall Westminster in London on 11th March 2014 at 5.30pm where Dallas will investigate the geologic opportunities offered by space exploration, specifically looking at the exploration of Mars.

Dallas Campbell will be familiar to not only viewers of Bang Goes the Theory but also the Gadget Show, Egypt’s Lost Cities, Supersized Earth and the Horizon Guide series.

The Stoneley Lecture is named after the late emeritus Professor of Petroleum Geology at Imperial College, Robert Stoneley; as is Stoneley Point which sits at the entrance to Whisky Bay, in Antarctica. It is one of the many events organised during the year by the PESGB that are designed to educate and entertain everyone about the benefits of the scientific and technical aspects of petroleum exploration.

To reserve your ticket for the event, visit the PESGB website where tickets are available for £15.00 each (£5.00 for Students).

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