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From Cold War to International Cooperation: 60 Years of Human Spaceflight

This talk by space historian Kerrie Dougherty will explore how changing national and international politics have shaped the course of human spaceflight over the past sixty years, from the rivalry of the Space Race to the multi-national crews of the International Space Station and the age of commercial spaceflight. This special 75 minute session at the Australian Space Discovery Centre will commence with a 45 minute talk, suitable for anyone 12 and above interested in space exploration. Afterwards, visitors will be able to explore the Space Gallery and Careers Hub. Bookings essential.

Presented by Australian Space Discovery Centre

When

(BOOKED OUT) Sat 15 May, 2.30pm (75 mins)

Where

Australian Space Discovery Centre, Lot Fourteen, McEwin Bldg, North Tce, Adelaide

Price

Free

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Contact

Kerri Dougherty, 0409 204 099, kerrie.dougherty@space.gov.au

Info

Open Doors Family Friendly Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Bookings essential.

Connect

https://www.industry.gov.au/australian-space-discovery-centre

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