November 22 — December 02
11.22 — 12.02
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New Horizons

Twenty-six years passed since the day when Dr. Alan Stern first proposed NASA to fly to Pluto to the moment the New Horizons mission reached its goal in 2015. In his fascinating and at times very hilarious presentation, Dr. Stern talks about a long and difficult journey from his initial idea to its realization. It can be compared to an equally long and breathtaking journey through the entire solar system. This is a grand tale of personal perseverance of Dr. Stern and his team. His story is as powerful and inspirational now as this crazy idea of his must have sounded a quarter of a century ago.

The lecture starts at 8:30 pm. Doors open at 8 pm.
The lecture will be held in English with simultaneous interpretation.

Alan Stern
Astrophysicist, the principal investigator of the New Horizons mission to Pluto. Former Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at NASA. He is a person who knows where and when man will fly in space next. Dr. Stern is the winner of numerous awards, including the Carl Sagan Memorial Award (2016). He appeared twice on the list of the most influential people according to Time magazine.
Time of the event
22 November 2018
20:30
Russian State Library
Alan Stern
Astrophysicist, the principal investigator of the New Horizons mission to Pluto. Former Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at NASA. He is a person who knows where and when man will fly in space next. Dr. Stern is the winner of numerous awards, including the Carl Sagan Memorial Award (2016). He appeared twice on the list of the most influential people according to Time magazine.
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