For such a small community, Waterville Valley, NH has an inordinate number of exceptionally interesting and super educated people.
One such person is Larry Young (right), Apollo Program Professor of Astronautics at MIT and Professor in the Harvard-MIT Health, Sciences and Technology Division, where he founded and directs a program in Bioastronautics.
Larry, a self-described ‘space cadet,’ will speak at the Rey Center on Friday, Jan. 13 from 7-8 p.m. about “The Future of the Space Program.” He will talk about what we’ve learned from NASA accidents (some of which were hushed up), the successes of the American and Russian space programs, what the Chinese are now accomplishing and planning, and what the American and international space programs are likely to look like in the future.
This Rey Center Lecture is free and open to the public. Learn more about the Rey Center online at thereycenter.org or call 603-236-3308.