Why do we explore space? | Bigger questions

Why do we explore space?

Reflecting on 50 years since the moon landing
3 Jun 2019, 7pm-8.45pm

For thousands of years, humanity has been shaped by the vast cosmos above. Neil Armstrong's "Giant leap for mankind" realised the imagination of ancient mariners, mathematicians, priests and farmers. Why is space the stuff dreams are made of? What have we learned about ourselves and our place in the universe since 1969? Where to next?

Join our guests as we take you on a journey of imagination, reality, and 300 million kilometres.

Ask some bigger questions at this after-work event that is out of this world!

Please contact Stephanie Gear for further information.