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February 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Fifty-seven years after John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth, the United States finds itself in a world in which many nations, as well as private companies, have established independent space capabilities.
From plans for a U.S. Space Force to human flight to Mars, we’ll discuss the critical issues facing U.S. space policy with former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Jr. and John M. Horack, the Neil Armstrong Chair in Aerospace Policy at The Ohio State University.
5:30pm Registration and Refreshments
6:00pm Program Begins
General admission: $15
Student: $5 (student ID will be required at check-in)