Public Invited to Two Space Foundation Presentations at Pioneers Museum
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During January, the Space Foundation will give two presentations at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.
Jan. 12 Panel Features Three Astronauts
Space Foundation Vice President – Marketing and Communications Janet Stevens (pictured right) will moderate a panel of astronauts on Saturday, Jan. 12, at 2:00 p.m. The presentation is part of the Pioneers Museum’s To the Moon: Snoopy Soars with NASA exhibit.
The astronaut panel will include:
- CAPT Jeffry Ashby, USN, Ret., pilot of Space Shuttle missions STS-93, STS-100 and STS 112 (official NASA astronaut photo below left)
- Gen. Kevin Chilton, USAF, Ret., pilot of Space Shuttle missions STS-49 and STS-59 and commander of Space Shuttle mission STS-76 and former commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (official NASA astronaut photo below middle)
- Col. James Dutton, USAF, pilot of Space Shuttle mission STS-131 (official NASA astronaut photo below right)
On Jan. 19, Pulham Talks About “Exploring” Space with the Space Foundation
On Saturday, Jan. 19, at 2:00 p.m., Space Foundation CEO Elliot Pulham (pictured right) will give a free public lecture entitled Blast Off! Exploring Space with the Space Foundation, where he will talk about the many ways the Space Foundation makes space interesting and accessible to students, teachers and the general public.
Relationship Supports Schulz Exhibit
The Space Foundation is partnering with the Museum to support the special traveling exhibit from the Charles M. Schulz Museum that examines the history of Apollo 10 and the role characters from Schulz’s popular Peanuts comic strip played in that flight and in the NASA Manned Flight Awareness safety program. We are supporting the exhibit by providing space spin-off products for display, graphics, an exhibit model, guest lecturers, promotional support and children’s interactive activities.
The exhibit, panel discussion and lecture are free and open to the public. The Pioneers Museum is located at 215 South Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colo.
This article is part of Space Watch: January 2013 (Volume: 12, Issue: 1).
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