Thursday, Oct. 13 | 6 p.m. CDT
Relive the journey of Expedition 66 and Crew-3 with the mission’s astronauts at 6 p.m. Oct. 13, only at Space Center Houston. This is a free event, but seating is limited. Tickets must be presented at the door for entry.
The crew, NASA astronauts Kayla Barron, EXP 66/67 Flight Engineer and Crew-3 Mission Specialist; Raja Chari, EXP 66/67 Flight Engineer and Crew-3 Spacecraft Commander; Tom Marshburn, EXP 66/67 Flight Engineer and Crew-3 Pilot; and Matthias Maurer, EXP 66/67 Flight Engineer and Crew-3 Mission Specialist; as well as Mark Vande Hei, EXP 64/65/66 flight engineer, will reflect on their time aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and award NASA Johnson Space Center employees who helped make the expedition a success.
Mark Vande Hei broke the U.S. record for the longest continuous spaceflight with 355 days during his mission on board the ISS for EXP 64/65/65.
Don't miss this inspiring evening celebrating these space explorers. This free event has limited seating and tickets must be presented at the door for entry. If the event theater reaches capacity, additional seating will be available in a separate viewing area.