‘Back to the Moon & On to Mars’ event is Tuesday at ERAU | The Daily Courier

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical College (ERAU) is internet hosting its School of Engineering Distinguished Speaker Occasion, known as “Again to the Moon & On to Mars,” from 7 to eight p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, on the Prescott Campus Davis Studying Heart.

It’s now over 50 years since people final walked on the Moon. It’s over 47 years because the first robotic touchdown on Mars, but no people have visited the crimson planet. Richard Holdaway, chairman of Stratospheric Platforms Ltd. primarily based in Cambridge, UK, believes that’s about to alter, a information launch said.

“The journey to Mars goes to be extremely aggressive, and it gained’t be pleasant,” mentioned Holdaway, whose occasion will discover who’s planning to go to Mars; why they’re going; when they’ll go; and what issues they’ll face.

Embry-Riddle’s School of Engineering invitations everybody from the group to hitch them for this free presentation discussing the brand new house race.

Holdaway has 50 years of expertise working in multi-national house packages, having labored on quite a few missions in house science and Earth statement with NASA, ESA, Russia, Japan, EU and others. He was appointed director of the UK Nationwide House Lab “RAL House” close to Oxford, UK, in 1998 and immediately lives half the 12 months in Prescott, the discharge said.

For extra data or to RSVP, contact Karyn Casner, occasion coordinator, at 928 777-3844, or by electronic mail at casnerk@erau.edu.

Info offered by Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical College.


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