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(SOLD OUT) Standing on the Shoulders of Apollo: The US Space Program—Past, Present, Future

Thursday, April 4, 7 p.m.

Please note: From 3-8:30 p.m., a rally, led by an outside organization, will be held on the Capitol Grounds and Bicentennial Plaza with an estimated 800 - 1,000 people in attendance. No street closures have been reported.

Image: Gerry Griffin is shown giving "thumbs up." Photo Credit: NASA

Speaker: Gerry Griffin, American aeronautical engineer and former NASA official, who served as flight director during Apollo program

Where were you that night? Special guest Gerald D. Griffin will share his firsthand account of putting a man on the Moon. In addition, he will explore insights into the lunar landings and the viewpoints of some key figures from the era, as well as the future of space exploration.