To Infinity, and Beyond

You bought WALL-E merch and are addicted to X-Files reruns, but let's face it: Your knowledge of outer space starts with E.T. and ends with Buzz Lightyear.

Have an educational family outing at the LBJ Library's latest exhibit, To the Moon: The American Space Program in the 1960s, running now through July 20th.

The To the Moon exhibit begins with the early days of space study (think Galileo, Copernicus) and even includes the handwritten manuscript of Einstein's _The Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity_. Your little science buffs will span history with the Wright Brothers, Chuck Yeager and Sputnik, and even witness the emergence of Sci-Fi and birth of NASA.

Your college nickname _Cosmo_ can now be (reputably) reactivated.

LBJ Library and Museum
2313 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78705
512.721.0200

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