WAYNE – As the month of April winds down, there are still shows scheduled during the Wayne State College Planetarium Spring 2019 schedule.
“Tribute to NASA, Part I” and “Tribute to NASA Part II” are next on the schedule for Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20 respectively.
According to a release from Wayne State College, astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the Moon, July 20, 1969, ending the space race but beginning mankind’s exploration of space.
Professor of Physical Sciences & Mathematics Department as well as the Planetarium Director, Dr. Todd Young is available to give the presentation “One Small Step: Apollo 11 and the Future of Space Exploration” to your group this spring and summer.
Young’s presentation may be adapted for all audiences. Dr. Young also has a cosmic connection to this subject as he was born on the day Apollo 11 blasted off from Earth.
To learn more about this historic event, NASA’s and the world’s current plans for space exploration, and how space exploration benefits our world, contact Dr. Young at Wayne State College (firstname.lastname@example.org; 402 375 7471).
April will also close out with shows “Cosmic Colors” and “StarGazer” on the 26-27.