Fri 16 July, 1.45pm - 2.45pm
Bonython Hall, North Terrace, University of Adelaide
Free but registration is required.
Masks will be mandatory at all sessions
Wheelchair Accessible Venue
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Everyone knows that when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore. But trying to make a pizza pie on the lunar surface? That’s a more complicated equation. 52 years after Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon only to find the dining options to be disappointingly limited, we’ve convened a crack team of space experts to unbox the many layers of technical and philosophical challenges that will stand between the next generation of moonwalking astronauts and Friday night beer and pizza. In collaboration with the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources.
Speakers include: Dr Amit Srivastava, Dr Lisa Bailey, Dr Tim Parsons, Prof John Culton and Rebecca Kuster.
Proudly supported by
Dr. Amit Srivastava
Dr Lisa Bailey
Dr Tim Parsons
Prof John Culton