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We'll have moon rocks on loan from NASA from July 15-20, with a full-day celebration on July 20, the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, Apollo 11.
Visitors can get hands-on with the rocks, see a full informational display, spacecraft and launch vehicle models, a portfolio of Apollo newspaper articles, moon maps showing the landing site, landing site pictures & more.
Moon Rocks can be viewed:
Monday-Wednesday, July 15-17 from 3pm-8pm
Thursday & Friday, July 18-19 from 11am-3pm
Saturday, July 20 10am-4pm
Or, view our calendar
Join us for a fascinating evening with Ronald Place, a retired IBM engineering manager who worked as a NASA launch technician on Apollo missions 8 through 13; as he shares his incredible story. He will be discussing “My adventures as a launch technician on Apollo 8 and 11,” on Monday, July 15, from 5:30-7 PM in the Fox Room. This talk is for teens and adults. Younger children are welcome to view the moon rocks downstairs during the talk.