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Discovery After Dark: Humans In Space

    • July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first landing on the Moon (Apollo 11). NASA’s recent Twins Study represents a number of important landmarks as well, including their first One Year Mission and involvement of identical twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly to help scientists better understand the effects of long duration spaceflight on human health. Dr. Susan Bailey, Professor, Radiation Cancer Biology and Oncology at Colorado State University, was one of the principal investigators on the Twins Study and will present her work and findings and what they mean for future long-term space travel and habitation.

      Presentation will begin at 6:30pm followed by Q&A

      Tickets: $10/$8 for museum members