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Lecture: Robert Stengel: “Project Apollo: Origins, Missions, and the Legacy”

Tuesday, May 21, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

As the 50th anniversary of the July, 1969, Apollo moon landing approaches, Robert Stengel, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University gives a talk. Stengel’s talk will examine Project Apollo from the viewpoint of his time spent at the Draper Laboratory from 1968-73 where he was principal designer of the Apollo Project Lunar Module manual control logic used for all moon landings and where he went on to create a preliminary design for the Space Shuttle atmospheric flight control system.

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Date:
Tuesday, May 21
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue

Community Room – First Floor
65 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, NJ 08542 United States
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Phone:
609-924-9529

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In-House Program Category
Lecture
Staff Contact
Janie Hermann
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Summary
As the 50th anniversary of the July, 1969, Apollo moon landing approaches, Robert Stengel, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University gives a talk. Stengel's talk will examine Project Apollo from the viewpoint of his time spent at the Draper Laboratory from 1968-73 where he was principal designer of the Apollo Project Lunar Module manual control logic used for all moon landings and where he went on to create a preliminary design for the Space Shuttle atmospheric flight control system.
Informational Website
http://www.stengel.mycpanel.princeton.edu/
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Promotional Materials
Handbill (5.5 x 8.5)
Max Number of Attendees
155
Age Groups
Adult, All Ages, Kids, Teens
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