(Ste. Genevieve) An upcoming presentation at the Ste. Genevieve Museum Learning Center will focus on space travel.
The guest lecturer will be Earl Mullins. Mullins is the president and founder of the Space Museum and Grissom Center in Bonne Terre.
Mullins reminds us that on December 7th, 1972, Apollo 17, the sixth and final mission in the Apollo program that explored the lunar surface, that it was rockets that made this exploration possible.
Mullins will speak about this on Saturday afternoon, January 14th at 1 o’clock.
During his program, Mullins will compare space technology of today with the Apollo program.
Mullins tries to school visitors of the Space Museum in Bonne Terre that there’s something even more important than space travel.
Museum admission or membership is required to see the Rockets Rule program on Saturday, January 14th.
For more info, call the Sainte Genevieve Museum Learning Center at 573-883-3466.