Moonshot: UMass Lowell and the JFK Library Foundation Celebrate the Legacy of John F. Kennedy and Apollo 11
President John F. Kennedy and astronaut John Glenn look inside the Friendship 7 capsule on Feb. 23, 1962.
Join us on April 5 for a symposium commemorating the 50th anniversary of the historic first moon landing. Presented by UMass Lowell and the JFK Library Foundation, the event will honor the legacy of the Apollo 11 mission and President John F. Kennedy’s lasting impact on science, research, engineering and space exploration.
This event is part of the “Spring into Science” series hosted by the Kennedy College of Sciences at UMass Lowell.
The symposium, moderated by Prof. Megan Donahue, president of the American Astronomical Society, will feature a panel discussion with:
Please be advised that photos and or video taken at the event may be used in university websites and promotional materials.