Fifty years ago this summer the astronauts of Apollo 11 accomplished the first landing on another world. It was the beginning of the greatest expeditions of exploration in the history of humankind. As we recognize these important anniversaries, new space races are emerging, involving private industry as well as nations. This talk will cover the Apollo Program and how it set the stage for the current rush into space. Ron Hobbs, our presenter, is a volunteer with the Museum of Flight.
Appropriate for all ages. 6:30 pm at the Clinton Community Hall.
With support from Friends of the Clinton Library and Museum of Flight