International Space Station (ISS) National Lab Chief Scientist Randy Giles will discuss the breadth and impact of the groundbreaking research taking place onboard our nation’s orbiting laboratory as the featured speaker for the Astro Café lecture tomorrow night at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City. The museum, which draws more than one million visitors each year, showcases the famed Intrepid aircraft carrier and the Space Shuttle Enterprise.
Astro Café is a lecture series held by the museum that features talks by pioneers in different scientific disciplines, providing an opportunity for the public to learn about the latest in research, innovation, and discovery. This year, in partnership with the New York Space Alliance, Astro Café is highlighting “entrepreneurs and visionaries involved in developing the technology, tools, and systems that will get us back to the moon and beyond.”
For more information about this free event and to register, go here.