Envisioning A World Of Space People
September 14, 2021 | 8 - 9pm
Explore what's next for humans in space
Motivated by a belief that solving big problems leads to innovations that make life better for humanity, Kathryn Lueders has spent over the last decade of her career revolutionizing NASA’s approach to human space exploration. Tune in as Lueders, associate administrator of NASA's Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, discusses what is next for humans in space.
She will share her insight into making space more broadly accessible and her experiences on the forefront of a growing space economy. From the International Space Station, our current home in space, to the future of spaceflight where we are living on other worlds, there are many accomplishments to celebrate, lessons to learn, and big moments to look forward to on the horizon. Whether a contributor to or beneficiary of space exploration, we all have a stake in this global endeavor.
This program will be presented live on YouTube with live closed captioning. Sign up to get a reminder.
The John H. Glenn Lecture in Space History is made possible by the generous support of Boeing.