Join us for our monthly meeting. All of our monthly meetings are free and open to the public.
Location: Room SWH 10041
Topic: 50th Anniversary of the first lunar landing.
Speakers: Ted Stroman and Leigh Cummings
Abstract: On October 4th, 1957, the USSR launched the first successful orbital satellite into space. By the end of the 1960s, only 13 years later, the U.S.A. successfully landed 2 men on the Moon. Ted Stroman is an expert on the history of the Apollo program that brought that to be. Leigh Cummings has been trying to keep up with the developments in the effort to return to the Moon by the next decade. We hope to give an entertaining and eye opening picture of where and how we have been to the Moon and where and how we might go on.
About our Events:
All RASC lectures and observing events are open to the public, family friendly, and there is no charge for admission. Our organization is run entirely by volunteers who love astronomy and astrophysics. Whether you're a complete beginner, a seasoned astronomer, or you hope to work for NASA some day, anyone fascinated by space exploration is welcome and will enjoy our events