45th Anniversary Of Apollo 16

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45th Anniversary Of Apollo 16
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Experience yesterday’s real “Space Cowboys” and meet today’s trailblazers as they share their vision of the Final Frontier.

Join us for an exciting evening highlighting the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs, and for a glimpse into the future of space exploration.

Apollo 16 is considered by many one of the high points of space exploration and one of the most ambitious scientific expeditions ever!

Twenty-four Americans journeyed to the moon in just four years – from 1968 to 1972. Lunar exploration really hit new heights during the last two of those four years, with extended stays on the moon, ambitious exploration on the surface and from orbit, and long journeys in electric powered rovers.

This is a rare opportunity to meet Charlie Duke (Apollo 16 Lunar Module Pilot), Gerry Griffin and Glynn Lunney (Mission Control Flight Directors).

Planned attendees also include: Bill Anders, Walt Cunningham, Joe Engle, Fred Haise, Gene Kranz, Ken Mattingly, Milt Windler and Al Worden.

Event Details
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
5:30 PM: Evening Reception
6:30 PM: Dinner and Program
Attire: Cocktail
Reception & Dinner (per seat) $295
Reception & Dinner (per table of 10) $2,950
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By: San Diego Air & Space Museum

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