Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

Date & time: 7.30pm 5 May 2018, AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Location: Room: Llewellyn Hall
Cost: $76 per person

This special event is presented by Haviland Digital & Live On Stage Australia in association with ANU. 

Featuring Apollo 16 Astronaut and Moonwalker, Charlie Duke Live on Stage with a special tribute to Captain Gene Cernan, The Last Man on the Moon.

Haviland Digital and Live on Stage Australia presents the Australian Premiere Screenings of the new film, Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo.

Following the film there will be an exclusive Q&A with retired Brigadier General USAF, legendary Apollo 16 Astronaut and Moonwalker, Charlie Duke who stars in the film together with the filmmakers of Mission Control, Live on Stage.

Each show will be hosted by acclaimed Australian Astrophysicist, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith.

This special event will include a special tribute to the late Captain Gene Cernan, Apollo 17 Commander, who also stars in the movie and who toured Australia in 2016 to promote the award-winning film about his life, 'The Last Man on the Moon'.

A strictly limited number of Charlie Duke meet & greet Packages are now available.

ANU staff, students and friends can take advantage of the special ANU discount (10% off). Click on the 'Register' link to book now.

Contact

Centralised Venues Office

Telephone: +61 2 6125 5767

Email: music.venues@anu.edu.au