Fasten your seat bealts
For a fascinating evening with NASA astronaut Tony Antonelli
Oxford University Museum of Natural History - 5th June @ 18:00
From intense launch training to piloting a spaceship, Tony will reveal the secrets, science, & wonders of space exploration. Gain a new appreciation for the challenges & triumphs of the journey to Mars.
Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the cosmos!
Evening Agenda 👨🚀
18:00 - 18:30 Astronaut Meet & Greet + Photo-op 📸
Prepare to meet the amazing Astronaut Tony Antonelli and snap a stellar selfie with the space explorer himself. Also seize the opportunity to immerse yourself in the interactive exhibit of Lunar and Martian Meteorites, guided by Head of Earth Collections, Dr. Duncan Murdock.
18:30 - 19:20 Becoming an astronaut and the journey to space 🚀
Tony has piloted the Space Shuttle 2 times to the International Space Station during his out-of-this-world career. He will share his incredible journey of becoming an astronaut and flying into space.
19:20 - 19:35 Intermission 🍿
19:35 - 20:30 The Challenge of getting human's to Mar 🪐
Tony will tackle the big question: what are the challenges of human travel to Mars in this decade?
Tony is the person taking humans to Mars, by 2028...
" This idea of human exploration of Mars has excited me my whole life but the idea of reaching Mars decades from now was too far for me to get my hands on.
I was tasked with putting together a plan that makes human exploration of Mars real and tangible with a deadline of by 2028.
With the technology we have today, the country’s investment in new space systems & vehicles, what else do we need to get human exploration on Mars well underway?
We can make this happen within the time frame, that feels real! "
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