Many of our previous guest speakers have achieved great things, but few can compare to the exploits of our next guest, who played a pivotal role in sending men to the moon!
Join us on Saturday, June 20th when our speaker, former NASA aerospace engineer Harlan Neuville, will share what it was like to work behind the scenes during the Apollo program’s six lunar landings. Neuville worked in Mission Control managing the space ships’ navigation and guidance systems and also participated in saving the lives of the astronauts aboard the ill-fated Apollo 13. His later career included work on Skylab and the Apollo-Soyuz space mission with the Soviet Union.
In a program replete with anecdotes and illustrated with photos from his personal collection, Mr. Neuville will provide us with a rare insider’s perspective of NASA during the space race that you won’t want to miss!
WHEN: Saturday, June 20, 2015
6:00pm: The ExComm meeting begins. All members are welcome to attend.
7:00pm: Mingling begins.
8:00pm: Program starts.
ADMISSION (Exact change appreciated)
Adult members: $4, Adult guests: $5; Children 13 and under: $3
Members receive free admission in the month of their birthday
LOCATION: Northwest Unitarian Universalist Church
23925 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48075