Summer of Space: Celebrating Apollo

May 3, 2019

Join NASA as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo program. The Apollo lunar flights may have ended in 1972, but the moon has remained of great interest to NASA and people around the world. Explore with NASA as they take a look back at the historic program while they prepare to send humans back to the Moon, this time to stay. You can watch any session live at 12 p.m. MDT on the dates listed below at

  • May 16: Explore Space Tech
  • May 30: Explore Lunar Science
  • June 13: Explore Humans in Space
  • June 27: Explore Rockets and Spacecraft
  • July 11: Explore Moon to Mars

The first event in the series, “Explore the Past,” was held on May 2. Watch the archived video.

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