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Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan working at the Rover.
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Apollo 17 - Eugene Cernan working at the Rover.
Image Credit: NASA/Jack Schmitt (assembled by Mike Constantine)

- Events Celebrating Apollo's 50th Anniversary -

This chronological listing is provided solely as a service to readers who may be interested in learning more about NASA’s history. While NASA may be providing exhibits or speakers at these events, they are not NASA events. Attendance may require paying entrance fees or purchasing tickets. NASA does not endorse the event or its sponsors. Information provided by the sponsors was accurate at the time of publication, but may have been updated.


NASA Television Special Programming

Friday, July 19, 1 p.m. ET – NASA’s Giant Leaps: Past and Future – Celebrating Apollo 50th as we Go Forward to the Moon
On July 19, NASA broadcast live from accross America to tell the story of how we got to the Moon, and how we’ll get there again, hearing directly from Apollo astronauts alongside current and future astronauts, scientists, engineers, and others sharing some untold stories, quirky facts, and personal reflections about journeying to the lunar surface. Watch "NASA’s Giant Leaps: Past and Future”.


Open now; permanent exhibit, Be the Astronaut / Apollo 50th, National Automobile Museum, 10 South Lake St., Reno, NV
Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

An interactive virtual experience in the history of lunar exploration as well as future Moon missions.

Contact: info@automuseum.org; 775-333-9300
Additional information: http://www.nevadachallenger.org/exhibit.html

Entrance fee.


Open now; permanent exhibit, Be the Astronaut / Apollo 50th, Virginia Air and Space Center Official Visitor Center for NASA Langley, Hampton, VA
Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday noon-5 p.m. EST

Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Apollo with STEM content in an interactive virtual experience in the history of lunar exploration as well as future Moon missions.

Contact: 757-727-0900
Additional information: https://www.eurekaexhibits.com/our-exhibits/apollo-50th-anniversary/

Entrance fee.