Artemis - Sister of Apollo
  • Room 006, Babbage Building, University of Plymouth (This room has disabled access - if the ground floor door is locked, please ring 01752 588400.)

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Fifty years after the first Moon landing, NASA is mobilising an international partnership to get back on the lunar surface during the 2020s in a sustainable way, a programme named after the sister of the god Apollo. 

What were the engineering challenges we faced the first time and how are they different today? 

Former NASA Apollo Space Systems Engineer and Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society, Dr David Baker looks back to take the lessons from the past and explores how they are being applied today - in technology, engineering, systems management and in the architecture of the next generation Moon landings.

Programme

  • 18:30 - Refreshments in Room 003, Babbage Building
  • 19:00 - Lecture starts in Room 006, Babbage Building

This talk is open to all and no registration is required. Contact jack.aust@btopenworld.com for any queries.

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