Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is hosting amateur astronomer Frank Hitchens, who will take participants on a “stellar ride through NASA’s incredible 65-year legacy.”
According to a release from the library, the countdown is on to Humanity’s Greatest Adventure: 65 Years of NASA. The event promises enlightening insight into the founding, history, and transformative role of NASA since its inception in 1958.
Hitchens has a passion for “all things cosmic”, according to KFPL, and has hosted other space-themed events at KFPL in the past.
“The impact of NASA’s insights on reshaping our cosmic perspective is beyond measure,” said Jake Miller, Adult Programming Librarian with KFPL.
“Hitchens’ impressive expertise will shed light on NASA’s work over the past six and a half decades, exploring the pioneering spirit that defines NASA’s legacy.”
Humanity’s Greatest Adventure: 65 Years of NASA will take place at 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023, at the Isabel Turner Branch. Register at https://calendar.kfpl.ca/event/8488350 and learn more about the organization that has reshaped our perception of the final frontier.