The Sky Is Not the Limit
Capt. Scott Kelly
Monday, 18 Feb 2019 at 7:00 pm – Stephens Auditorium, Iowa State Center - Doors open at 6:00pmFree admission | No tickets | General admission seating
LIMITED PRIORITY SEATING
Iowa State students may present their ISU Card for limited, first-floor priority seating until 6:30pm. Seats will be available on a first-come, first-seated basis and may not be saved.
Capt. Scott Kelly captivated the world and seized the imagination of millions during his record-breaking year spent living on the International Space Station - proving that the sky is not the limit when it comes to the potential of the human spirit. On his trip Scott Kelly, together with his identical twin brother, Mark, on Earth, paved the way for the future of space travel and exploration as the subjects of an unprecedented NASA study on how space affects the human body. Author of the best-selling book Endurance, Kelly shares stories and photos from his travels in space, reflecting on how we affect our planet and where the future of space exploration will go. University Sustainability Symposium Keynote and part of the National Affairs Series and the World Affairs Series.
A book signing will immediately follow the lecture in the Celebrity Café on the lower level.
- Ames Public Library Friends Foundation
- College of Engineering
- College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- National Affairs
- Office of Sustainability
- Patricia Miller Lecture Fund
- The Green Umbrella
- University Library
- World Affairs
- Committee on Lectures (funded by Student Government)
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