Speaker: Paul Salazar
When: Wednesday, 30 March 2022, 7-10 p.m.
Where: Marriott Hotel, Berliner Str. 93, 80505 Munich
It’s been 50 years since humankind set foot on the Moon, and now there is a great deal of interest in returning to the Moon. The NASA Artemis missions are a series of human-crewed trips to start building a space platform that will orbit the Moon, and a permanently inhabited base on the Moon. This lecture will highlight the Artemis missions and the plan to learn about living on the Moon as a stepping stone to get to Mars, to develop our understanding and experience of how we humans can exist elsewhere in the Solar System.
Entrepreneur and amateur astronomer Paul Salazar sits at a cross-section of different paths in life. Stemming from Mexican and Armenian roots, he’s a native of Los Angeles. His 35-year software and tech career led him up the California coastline to Silicon Valley before diverting across the globe to Munich, Germany. Despite Paul’s journeys across our planet, he’s always had his eyes on the skies. His passion for astronomy is something that he wants to share with the world around him. A natural teacher, he wants to not only improve the world but enrich it; it is Paul’s ultimate goal to use his knowledge, passion, and zest for the stars as a driving force for minds (young and old) around him.
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