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This panel discussion, "Apollo 11 Lunar Landing: 40 Years After," covers Apollo-era history, Cornell's past and present involvement in lunar science, and plans for future exploration of the moon.
Panelists include Jim Bell, Cornell professor of astronomy; Peter Thomas, senior research associate; and Elizabeth Bilson, Cornell administrative director during the Apollo years. Steve Squyres, Cornell professor of astronomy and principal investigator for NASA's Mars Exploration Rover mission moderates.
Sponsored by the Cornell Department of Astronomy, the Cornell Center for Radiophysics and Space Research, the Cornell/NASA Spacecraft Imaging Facility, and the NASA/New York Space Grant Consortium.