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University of the West of Scotland - Paisley Campus

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Members of the public are being given the unique opportunity to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing with NASA astronaut, Dr Michael Foale at a special event hosted by University of the West of Scotland (UWS).

Through a sector-leading partnership with the International Space School Education Trust (ISSET), UWS will be opening the doors of its Paisley and Ayr campuses in June to members of the public to attend the free events.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to view a UWS student showcase prior to the public lecture delivered by the NASA astronaut, who is the most experienced British-born astronaut in the history of human spaceflight.

Dr Michael Foale has flown into space on six missions and was Commander of the International Space Station. He brought the Hubble Space Telescope back to life and played an integral role in saving the Russian ‘Mir’ Space Station following the only known collision in outer space.

Come and listen to him talk about these experiences and share his stories with you at this special event.

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University of the West of Scotland - Paisley Campus

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