Fly Me to the Moon?
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.
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.