Wednesday, July 15 2015 at 7:30PM

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24 Albany Road, Coventry, CV5 6JU

Josh Barker

What's the talk about?

On July 21 1969 humanity achieved one of its greatest accomplishments. After 3 long days of travel Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the surface of the moon for the very first time. Or did they?

For as long as we have celebrated the Moon landing of the Apollo program, we have also disputed them. Did America truly pull off the unbelievable or was the truth an illusion that even David Copperfield would be proud of.

Josh Barker works in the Space Communications Team at the National Space Centre. After being inspired by visitors to explore the Moon Landing Conspiracy, we will explore the arguments raised against the moon landings and consider the official responses and explanations.  The merit of such discussions and exercises in critical thinking will also be considered as we investigate what could be sciences best kept secret.