Ad Astra Kansas Galaxy Forum--“ARTEMIS and BEYOND” event scheduled for October 24
The theme of the annual Ad Astra Galaxy Forum on Saturday, October 24, at the Cosmosphere will be The Artemis Program--NASA's plan to land the first woman and the next man on the Moon by 2024. A hybrid event, it will include both in-person and virtual presentations. The Forum will feature an overview of NASA's program by Artemis-connected speaker and native Kansan Michael Staab; also, a closer look at our only natural satellite, plus an update on the next rock on our space exploration bucket list—Mars. And more.
The event will be 1-2:30 at the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. Attendance can be either in-person or virtual. Due to social and mask requirements, in-person seating is limited and registration is needed. Do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to attend virtually, it will be LIVE on our Ad Astra Kansas Foundation Facebook page. No registration needed.
Sponsored by the 501c3 Ad Astra Kansas Foundation to promote science education in Kansas.
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