The Explorers Club Texas Chapter Winter Meeting February 15, 16 in Glen Rose, Tx. and Dallas, Tx $45 Cost for Sunday Lunch Meeting, Perot Museum,
They established new Amazon headwaters, then paddled the entire 4,000 mile length of the Amazon. Next, they become the first on the planet to paddle
Location: The Cow Library in the home of Harlan and Cathy Crow. Speaker: Captain Don Walsh, deep ocean explorer, U.S. Navy Capitan (Ret.), world leader
Monday November 18, 2019 Public Lecture Series with Richard O. Prum What can explain the incredible diversity of beauty in nature? A celebrated Yale ornithologist
Join The Explorers Club for an evening of food and fascinating discussion with the team studying an ambitious new mission to explore further than humanity
For millennia humans have looked up and admired the Moon. Between 1968 and 1972, the Apollo program brought twenty-four American astronauts into lunar orbit –
Three hundred years ago Daniel Defoe published a tale of perhaps the world’s most well-known castaway, Robinson Crusoe. Defoe’s famed novel is believed to be modeled after the epic story of the marooned buccaneer, Alexander Selkirk (1686 – 1721). Selkirk survived for more than 4 years alone on a remote Pacific island in Chile’s Jan Fernández Archipelago, now known as Isla Robinson Crusoe.
Visiting Explorer Program with Bruce Konefe The Gulf of Thailand is littered with shipwrecks, sunk by massive storms in their time. At a maximum depth