Come to the Peterson Automotive Museum as Zócalo Public Square hosts a lecture on the space program, which started right here in Southern California. As NASA's space exploration winds down, what does that mean for our dreams of going to galaxies far, far away? Jia-Rui Chong Cook, Media Representative for Outer Solar System at NASA Jet Propulsion Lab moderates a discussion with Planetary Society Co-Founder Louis Friedman, flight director of NASA's Curiosity Rover Bobak Ferdowsi and Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Vice President John Vilja about what we get out of space exploration and what it means if we stop going. The event is free, but reservations are suggested.
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