The next installment of Space Center Houston’s Starlight Social will focus on astronaut health and human performance. From 7 to 10 p.m. July 26, mingle with other space enthusiasts in our social learning environment while enjoying music and dancing.
Have a casual conversation with Dr. John B. Charles, Space Center Houston’s scientist in residence, Dr. Tom Williams, part of the Human Research Program at NASA Johnson Space Center and Andrzej Stewart, a NASA flight controller. Train like an astronaut in interactive robotics and spacesuit challenges. Drinks and food will be available for purchase.
Get your ticket online for $19.95 with discounts available for members and JSC employees. Tickets at the door are $24.95. Guests must be 21 or older with valid ID. Admission ticket includes one free drink.
Dr. Charles is Space Center Houston’s first scientist in residence, enhancing guest experience by augmenting the human health and performance aspects of the center’s exhibits, presentations and demonstrations. He served for 33 years at NASA, culminating as Chief Scientist of the Human Research Program at JSC.
Dr. Williams is the Element Scientist for Human Factors and Behavioral Performance as part of the Human Research Program at NASA Johnson Space Center. He provides scientific oversight to research activities with identified risks related to spaceflight hazards.
Andrzej Stewart is a NASA flight controller. He previously worked as a controller for NASA’s Mars orbiter fleet, the Juno mission to Jupiter, the twin Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) lunar spacecraft and the Spitzer Space Telescope. He is currently training as a navigation controller for Orion.
Make a memory by starlight. Discover space science and explore the cosmos July 26. Get your tickets today!
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