Sunday, September 19, 2010

San Francisco Fleet Week - NAVY in Space Exhibit

I am very excited to report that I will be part of this year's Navy in Space exhibit during San Francisco's Fleet Week, October 9 - 10, 2010.  The exhibit is divided into three parts:
Section 1 - “America’s Quest for the Moon”: shows how America reached the moon.

Section 2 - “The Russians, First into Space”: displays the achievements of America’s former adversary, now partner in space.

Section 3 - “Exploring Space Today”: shows present space exploration activities involving the International Space Station, the Space Shuttle and California’s role in our nation’s space exploration efforts.
Meet the Astronauts - See featured guests below



With me will be a wonderful group of great people, Astronauts who have flown to the International Space Station, real Space Artifacts, demonstrations and wonderful displays. Little SDO will have a display of real-time Solar images...

Some of the displays at Navy in Space Exhibit


With us will be Captain Robert Curbeam. He flow on STS-85, STS-98 and on STS-116. Robert and I met last year and who could forget that great picture of the two of us? Also, there will be Commander John Herrington, who flow on STS-113. So come and enjoy the Fleet Week and visit this FREE exhibit.






Fort Mason, Bldg D, Fleet Room


San Francisco, California (click here for map)


October 9 - 10, 9am - 5pm


(Closed during the Blue Angels Show)





Robert on STS-116 at the very edge of the ISS.

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