Add this Event to Calendar 08/10/2022 07:00 PM 08/10/2022 08:00 PM Returning to the Moon - and What Comes Next

.2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the final Apollo missions to the Moon. And as we look back on the last crewed missions beyond the Earth, we look forward to the beginning of a new series of missions (called Artemis) that will take us back to the Lunar surface as we prepare to send a new generation of astronauts on missions to other planets in the solar system. Join JPL/NASA Solar System Ambassador M.J. Johnson for a discussion of the state of crewed missions to space. Afterwards, stick around for telescopic views of Saturn, the Moon, and more! (Weather permitting.)

This discussion does not require a technical background, is open to all ages, and should be accessibe to broad audiences with an interest in space exploration. Sign up is required.

Participate in this program and earn your Astronomy badge on Beanstack as part of our summer reading program: Read Beyond the Beaten Path. To learn more visit graftonlibrary.beanstack.com or graftonlibrary.org/srp.



Contact: Allison Cusher, Head of Teen Services cushera@graftonlibrary.org