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Alan Bean

“Light to thy path, wind to thy sails, dreams to thy heart” – Alan Bean It was with a heavy heart I heard of the death of Alan Bean at the age of 86. We had the great privilege to host two events for him, once back in 2007 and again in 2013. An incredibly […]

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Captain Bruce McCandless

Another Bright Star Extinguished. It is with such great sadness that we heard of the passing of Captain Bruce McCandless. It was but a few weeks since he had graced us with his presence, a treasured memory we will all cherish forever. Your contributions to the space program will not be forgotten. A true gentleman […]

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Patch Update!

“A second limited batch of Space Lectures embroidered patches has been ordered and will be available to purchase at the Rick Mastracchio event in March 2018. Such has been the support of so many regulars at these twice yearly events we thought it appropriate that they should have “first refusal”. Only after the Mastracchio event […]

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Alexei Leonov event cancelled

It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform everybody that the Alexei Leonov event in June has been postponed. Alexei has been hospitalized for more than a week and this morning Ken received the following statement from his agent. “Sorry to say this but we decided to cancel this trip in June. […]

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Infinite Worlds

As we draw ever closer to the Scott Altman event in March, Space Lectures would like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support. A newcomer to the ranks is award winning photographer Michael Soluri. Author of the stunning coffee table book “Infinite Worlds” Michael has very kindly donated two beautiful, bespoke custom prints […]

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Poems: A Tribute To Apollo

The first of the following two poems by Robin Spina was inspired by Mike Collins “I imagined him walking past his Apollo 11 command module on display in the museum, conscious of the fact that he was once inside it, a quarter of a million miles away, alone with no radio contact behind the moon“ […]

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