Apollo 13 Revisited

Apollo 13 Revisited | April 15

This event has been postponed. We will share updated information here when it is available.

Houston, we’ve had a problem.

Facing near-impossible odds over 200,000 miles from home, the crew and ground team of NASA’s Apollo 13 mission worked tirelessly to save the lives of the three American astronauts on board and get them home safely.

This is a story of human ingenuity and perseverance, and of a community whose heroic efforts tackled problems that no one could have solved alone.

Join us on the 50th anniversary of this historic mission for a special night in collaboration with NASA featuring Apollo 13 Commander, Captain James A. Lovell, Jr., and former NASA Astronaut John Grunsfeld. This remarkable duo will discuss the Apollo 13 mission’s continued impact on NASA’s exploration efforts. Pre-recorded clips from Apollo 13 veterans will be streamed and NASA Administrator, Jim Bridenstine, will deliver remarks during the event broadcast live on NASA TV.

Apollo 13 Revisited will be hosted in the Adler’s iconic Grainger Sky Theater and includes a cash bar and access to the Mission Moon exhibition.



Tickets include entry to the event in the Grainger Sky Theater, as well as access to the Mission Moon exhibition.

Tickets will go on sale soon. Please check back here for updates.


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