If you attended the PRSA Houston luncheon in March, you received a sneak peak at the exciting things happening at NASA. If you’re attending the PRSA International Conference in Indy this month, you’ll hear Astronaut Scott Kelly’s keynote address about NASA’s historic one-year mission. Whether you attended the luncheon or will attend the conference, here is your opportunity to get an insider’s look at what’s happening now at NASA and what’s happening next in human space exploration on Thursday, November 3, from 12:45 to 3:30 p.m. at Johnson Space Center.
Learn about NASA’s journey to Mars and hear from public affairs experts on how they effectively communicate messages from space to ground. With Space City hosting Super Bowl LI, you’ll also learn how NASA has played a role in shaping this world-class event. You’ll receive a VIP tour of Mission Control; see a life-sized mock up of the International Space Station where astronauts train and maybe even meet an astronaut.
This member-only event is limited to the first 36 people who register. Register by noon, Monday, October 24. Cost is $10.
NOTE: All attendees should have a government-issued photo I.D. with them. If PRSA members who sign up are foreign nationals, a passport will need to be provided to Isidro Reyna, APR, at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon, Oct. 21. All attendees should park at Rocket Park upon arrival to the Johnson Space Center. Maps are attached. All attendees should wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes (no shoes with straps on the back). Also, cameras are allowed and photography is permitted, except no flash photography in the International Space Station Mission Control viewing room.