The U.S. Apollo program was an aggressive and remarkable eleven-year effort to land humans on the Moon.
So, what was the next step in space?
The Space Shuttle, the first operational orbital spacecraft designed for reuse.
Museum Docent Bill McCutcheon will speak to the legacy of the Apollo program, the Space Shuttle program, how the International Space Station was built and what its future holds. In honor of Astronaut Remembrance, Bill will also touch on the Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia incidents.
This is a FREE, online presentation.
Click the link below on Thursday, January 28 shortly before 6:00 PM to join!