Apollo Artefacts and the Story they have to tell

Apollo Artefacts and the Story they have to tell Apollo Artefacts and the Story they have to tell
  • Contact

    The British Interplanetary Society
    27/29 South Lambeth Road, Vauxhall, London, SW8 1SZ
    phone: 0207353160

  • Keywords

    Evening Lecture

  • Registration costs

    Members & Fellow's Free of Charge, Non-Members & Fellows £10

  • Working language

    English

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There can be little doubt that the live television broadcasts, 16mm silent movies and the Hasselblad still photographs brought back from the moon are one of the most memorable and important human legacies of the twentieth century. To those of us born during or after the Apollo programme – these videos and photographs have been the only means of directly identifying with this great achievement.

This lecture will introduce a number of Apollo era artefacts a couple of which have made the 240,000 mile journey to the moon and back again. This lecture will feature these flown items complete with photographs and supporting audio of their use, to show that some 40 years later they still have a fascinating story to tell...

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