The Sound of Ideas Community Tour: NEO's Role in Space Exploration

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50 years ago this week, Ohio native Neil Armstrong became the first man to land on the moon. Today, NASA Glenn is working on getting humans back to the moon, including landing the first woman on the moon by 2024. The Sound of Ideas recently invited NASA experts to the Great Lakes Science Center to reflect on the past and look to the future with a live audience for the fourth stop of this year’s Community Tour. 


-Bryan Smith, Director of Space Flight Systems, NASA Glenn 

-Anne Mills, History Officer, NASA Glenn 

-JonDarr Bradshaw, STEM Learning Coordinator, Great Lakes Science Center & Former NASA Contractor 

-Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen, PhD., CEO, Great Lakes Science Center

-Dr. Mike Barrett, PhD., Manager, Power and Propulsion Element, NASA Glenn 

-Nicole Smith, Project Manager for Orion Testing at Plum Brook Station, NASA Glenn 

-Dr. Dionne Hernandez-Lugo, PhD, Deputy Manager, Nuclear Launch Approval, NASA Glenn 

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