Events

Purdue University is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing — a giant leap for mankind and a seminal moment in human history. Purdue will host a variety of campus events July 18-20, including talks by NASA flight directors, activities for children and the release of a new Neil Armstrong documentary. See below for details.

Some of the Many Dimensions of Space: Exploration, Commercial, and National Security Panel featuring the National Space Council Users' Advisory Group

Thursday, July 18 7:00 PM-8:30 PM Stewart Center-Fowler Hall

Description

"Some of the Many Dimensions of Space: Exploration, Commercial, and National Security" Panel featuring the National Space Council Users' Advisory Group

Panel event featuring National Space Council Users Advisory Group members including Admiral James Ellis, Jr (Retired four star admiral and former head of STRATCOM), David Wolf (BSEE '78 and 4-time shuttle astronaut), Mary Lynne Dittmar (President and CEO of The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration), and Mandy Vaughn (President at VOX Space).

The event is free but a ticket is required