The 11th SPACE CAFE TOKYO [NASA latest information]

Date: September 27, 2020 (Sun) 18:30 Open 19: 00-21: 00 Venue: Hookipa Square (5-18-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Five Plaza Building B1)

In late September, Mr. Garvey McIntosh, the representative of NASA Asian Branch of the US Embassy, spoke in Japanese in an easy-to-understand manner with 10 people online and at the venue only. The theme is the history of space exploration and how NASA will establish what it has learned from the Apollo mission and the International Space Station as a pioneer of future Mars missions with the resumption of manned lunar exploration. From the history of space development to the latest NASA information!

We also set up time for interaction online and had the speakers communicate online, so all the participants enjoyed it. At the venue, we prepared a hand virus sterilization gel and a mask as well as sterilization on the shop side, and took all possible measures against coronavirus.

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