Haviland Digital and Live on Stage Australia in association with VISIT HOUSTON present the Australian Screenings of the epic film, ‘Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo’, featuring an exclusive Q&A with retired Brigadier General USAF, CAPCOM NASA, Apollo 16 Astronaut and Moon Walker, ‘CHARLIE DUKE’ with Apollo Mission Control Flight Director ‘GERRY GRIFFIN’ who both star in the film together with the filmmakers of Mission Control, LIVE ON STAGE!
Coming to Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth in May 2018.
Hosted by acclaimed Australian Astrophysicist, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith.
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Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith is an award-winning astronomer with a talent for making the secrets of the universe accessible to all. Lisa is a television presenter, live stage host, speaker and MC with an extensive knowledge of astronomy and physics. She has performed in sold-out theatres across Australia with science superstar Neil deGrasse Tyson and Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Gene Cernan. She has appeared at the World Science Festival, Vivid Ideas, Sydney Mardi Gras and the Sydney Science Festival. Lisa is available for talks and events and is proud to offer a unique astronomy distance learning experience, which is enjoyed by 50 students around the world.
Lisa is a presenter on the popular ABC television show ABC Stargazing Live and appeared as a guest on BBC Stargazing Live. She has appeared in numerous documentary series including Brian Cox: Life Of A Universe and ABC television's Todd Sampson's Life on the Line. She has taken part in several radio phone-in shows including science hour with Dr. Karl on ABC Triple J and BBC Radio 5 Live. She recently hosted the Uluru Astronomy Weekend at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort and performed at the World Science Festival in Brisbane in 2016 and 2017 as a panelist and MC. In May 2018 Lisa will host a national Australian tour of Mission Control: the unsung heroes of Apollo including a live Q&A with Charlie Duke.
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