The Future of Space Exploration from Florida
What: The Future of Space Exploration from Florida
Presented by: 90.7 WMFE Speaker Series
When: 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14
Where: 90.7 WMFE, 11510 East Colonial Drive, Orlando
Admission: RSVP CLOSED
Florida’s Space Coast is roaring back to life thanks to commercial partners such as SpaceX. Nearly a decade after the shuttle was retired, we’re on the brink of a new age of space exploration that leverages commercial and academic partnerships to send humans farther into the solar system than ever before. And NASA is working on its next big rocket, the Space Launch System, right here at Kennedy Space Center.
So what role does Florida play in this next chapter of space exploration? Join Brendan Byrne, 90.7 WMFE space reporter and Are We There Yet? podcast host, at 7 p.m. March 14 for a free Speaker Series event with the people who have been there. This FREE event is at 90.7 WMFE, 11510 E. Colonial Drive in Orlando. Please RSVP below.
- Robert Cabana, director of Kennedy Space Center & veteran astronaut of four space shuttle missions
- Addie Dove, planetary scientist & University of Central Florida assistant professor
- Nicole Stott, engineer & veteran astronaut of two shuttle missions and two International Space Station expeditions (joining via video)
- Bob Richards, founder and CEO of Moon Express, a space transportation and lunar resources company located at Cape Canaveral
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