Get ready for NASA’s Mars Rover, Perseverance, to land on the Red Planet!
Join us for a special two-part live stream including a lineup of scientists, engineers, and The Museum of Flight's own Adjunct Curator for Space History, Geoff Nunn, as we take an in-depth look at the Perseverance rover and the details of its mission. You’ll even have a chance to ask questions directly to JPL Flight Controller, Mallory Lefland, who will be on console for the rover landing! This virtual event is in partnership with the Pacific Science Center.
“Everything You Need to Know” Live Stream
Feb 11 – 6:00 PM PST
Terry W. Himes - JPL Spacecraft and Software Engineer
Dr. Dieter M. Zube - Engineering Fellow for Electric Spacecraft Propulsion Systems, Aerojet
Mallory Lefland - JPL Flight Controller, Senior Systems Engineer, First Mode (on console for the rover landing)
Geoff Nunn – Adjunct Curator for Space History, The Museum of Flight
Be sure to join us on Feb. 18 at 11:30 AM (PST) for the Perserverance Rover Landing Live Stream!
This is a FREE, online presentation.
Click the link below on Thursday, February 11 shortly before 6:00 PM to join!