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Astronauts Speak: Dispatches from the International Space Station

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John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Columbia Point

Boston, MA 02125

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An extraordinary panel of international astronauts will discuss the importance of international cooperation in space.

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An extraordinary panel international astronauts from the United States, Japan, Italy, and Russia will discuss the international cooperation that has been essential to so many of the scientific and technological breakthroughs resulting from human space exploration.

This event is free and open to the public. Reservations are recommended, and may be made by clicking the "Register" link in on this page, or by calling 617-514-1643. Registration guarantees a seat in the building, but not in the main hall.

Please note that absolutely no backpacks or large bags will be permitted in the Library on June 19.

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This panel is part of the JFK Space Summit, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing and President Kennedy’s vision that launched the effort to get there. Hosted by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, with Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, this day-long symposium highlights the history that led to the first Moon landing, current scientific and technological space initiatives, and the future of space exploration. The program will challenge Americans to learn from the past, draw inspiration from President Kennedy’s vision, and renew our civic commitment to solving the great challenges of our own time.

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