**Please note this hike is on a FRIDAY**
Join on us on this beautiful day hike close to campus! Scenery will include views looking West over LA and OC, as well as North toward the San Gabriel Mountains. We will plan eating a picnic dinner/snack at the summit around sunset, returning to the trailhead just after dark. This means you will likely need a flashlight! Chino Hills are relatively open and close to the city though, so don’t anticipate anything too spooky. Dr. Autry is an expert on all thing space, so we may even learn something about the cosmos as they appear for the night!
2 Large Water Bottles
Some food for you to enjoy at sunset
Appropriate layers for the day’s weather (remember gets colder after dark)
Solid shoes (running shoes are fine)
Flashlight (or fully charged phone)
SCENERY: Views of LA and San Gabriel Mountains (Think Griffith Observatory but from a different angle)
FUN FACT: The Chino Hills sit on top of one of the many geologic fault zones in SoCal
PROFESSOR: Dr. Greg Autry
Dr. Autry is the go-to guy for New Space business and the study of startups commercializing spaceflight. Dr. Autry served on the NASA Agency Review Team and as White House Liaison at NASA. He also serves on the editorial board of the New Space Journal, with his insights on entrepreneurship and space frequently appearing in major international news outlets. Dr. Autry been a serial entrepreneur in video games, computer services, Internet content, enterprise applications, health care IT and material upcycling.