In this pre-lecture Q&A Dr. Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt shares his thoughts on the future of space travel, what his family thought of his profession as an astronaut, and his experiences from Apollo 17. Return to the Moon: What it was like and will be like! -Dr. Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt A view of Apollo 17 in the context of what is left to learn and accomplish on the Moon with an eye to science, settlement, and providing energy for the Earth. At the Space Center Lecture Series on March 13,2008 Dr. Schmitt shared his experience with the Apollo 17 mission, lunar resource utilization, and his thoughts on the future of lunar science and exploration. The Apollo 17 mission was the last of the great campaigns to the moon and included the longest lunar surface interval of any mission in history. Don't miss Jack's exciting tales of past lunar exploration and future plans to Return to the Moon. The Space Center Lecture Series was co-founded and is co-hosted by Dr. Benjamin Longmier and Mr. Gary Kitmacher. For t-shirts, donations, photos, and downloadable video and lecture slides please visit: www.SpaceCenterLectureSeries.com
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