Fly Me to the Moon?

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Taught by Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts works at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, where the Space Shuttle Enterprise, closed to the public since hurricane Sandy, will be re-opened on July 10, 2013. Roberts has been called "a walking Mars Curiosity Rover" and has led tours around the world by foot, bus, bicycle, boat, aircraft, and roller skates.

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Through gobsmacking true stories you'll learn everything you've ever wanted to know about the past, present, and future of human space travel but were afraid to ask!

Sex-starved cosmonauts. Astro-disaster coverups. Cosmic contraband. Male vs. female astronauts. Where to put your deposit for space travel. And, of course, a primer on pooping in zero-G. You'll also see Roberts' rare photos of the interior of space shuttle Enterprise, which is off-limits to the public.

Class includes audience participation, handouts, space snacks, and all the latest about your future in space. A debriefing will be held afterwards at a nearby tavern, and attendees will have the chance to win VIP passes to the Intrepid Museum. 



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