Our next Free public program will be on a special date Wednesday, October 1, 7 pm at the Huntsville - Madison County Main Public Library's Auditorium. Mr. Al Reisz will be talking to us about "Engineering the Saturn V"
Mr. Reisz will talk on engineering the Saturn V including breakthrough engineering that went into its development. His presentation will include the phenomona of world events that resulted in American astronauts exploring the moon and some of their spectacular discoveries. The human exploration of the moon was an unlikely feat that occured because of a phenomona of world events and certain actions and achievements of certain men.
Al Reisz was a propulsion engineer involved with the development and flights of the Saturn V during the Apollo program. He is currently involved with developing advanced in-space propulsion systems. He is the 2011 winner of the Hermann Oberth award for outstanding achievement in asteronautics and a fervent bliever in space exploration.
The event is free and open to the public. Please see HAL5 News and Calendar page for more upcoming events.