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Sharing the wonders of the universe in ways that inspire, excite, challenge and educate.

Our mission is to advance scholastic literacy of future generations with informal STEM education focused on NASA missions, astronomy, and space exploration; and to foster scientific curiosity and advance science literacy to cultivate and nurture the next generation of leaders.

“The biggest risk to the future of space exploration is the lack of STEM education” -Dr. John Grunsfeld at 2015 Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

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Moon

Humanity's Return to the Moon
It's been 45 years since our last attempt to step foot on another heavenly body, but finally we are once again preparing to push humans beyond the gravitational grasp of mother Earth—and beyond.

The flags and footprints we left on the Moon in the 1960s and 1970s were symbols of what we can achieve when we just plain decide to achieve it. What's more, this historic mission back to the Moon could come as early as 2018 during the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission, when astronauts first achieved that singular exploratory feat.

This mission back to the Moon will certainly be the boldest, riskiest, and most ambitious undertaking for human spaceflight in nearly half a century—since the end of the Apollo program in 1972. It was something America did right and did well, and it's something we can do again. And, as before, it will inspire an entire generation of scientists and engineers.

Join us as we tell the amazing story of our next great mission of human space exploration: Humanity's Return to the Moon. Get ready, everything is about to change...

Presented by
Greg McCauley
Executive Director
Link Observatory Space Science Institute

Admission FREE
Seating is limited, please arrive early.

Your Host:
Kurt Williams
Deputy Director/Chief Operating Officer
Link Observatory Space Science Institute

Date:
Saturday, October 21, at 8:00pm

Location:
Mooresville Public Library
220 W Harrison St, Mooresville, IN 46158

Explore the Wonders of the Universe through the Link Observatory Telescope
Free shuttle buses from the Library to the Observatory immediately following the program.

 

LinkLive
Link is a global community, welcoming people from every discipline and culture who seek a deeper understanding of our place in the universe.

We believe passionately in the power of inspiration and understanding of STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to change attitudes, lives and ultimately, the world. Since its beginning in 2012, hundreds of award winning LinkLive public events have been enjoyed by sell-out crowds throughout the Midwest. 

LinkLive is an audio/visual spectacle utilizing a variety of guest speakers, and the very latest in theater screen digital imagery, animations, music and multimedia technology. LinkLive events create an engaging and thought-provoking environment as we share the wonders of the universe in ways that inspire, excite, challenge and educate.

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