As the only authorized biographer of Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon, Hansen will share insights into his relationship with Armstrong, his work to research Armstrong’s career and the history of the Apollo program, and his recent work on the “First Man” movie.
Tickets to this blockbuster evening include admission to the full History Center, including the Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission exhibition’s display of the command module Columbia in which Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins returned to Earth following their history-making journey in 1969.
Copies of “First Man” will be available for sale, and Hansen will sign copies of the book following the program.
Two levels of tickets are available: $15 general admission includes entry to the program and after-hours access to all museum exhibitions, including Destination Moon. $33 expanded admission (available until Wednesday, Oct. 31) includes entry to the program, after-hours access to all museum exhibitions, and a signed paperback copy of “First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong,” so you can avoid the line.