NASA is opening its doors to media and social media followers for its annual ‘State of NASA’ event Monday, Feb. 10, at one of the agency’s locations across the country. The events include tours and presentations that highlight the work of the work performed at each facility to further the agency’s exploration goals, including putting the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024.
During the event, each center will be connected via a NASA Television simulcast with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at the agency’s Stennis Space Center, near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Bridenstine will talk about NASA’s progress and the exciting work ahead as the agency continues to secure American leadership in space.
Participants will get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the respective center and the diverse work of the agency through tours and presentations by scientists, engineers and managers. The events also will provide guests the opportunity to interact with fellow social media followers, space enthusiasts and members of NASA’s social media team.
Social media followers interested in attending should register for an in-person event at one of the locations listed below. Registration for the NASA Social closes at noon EST on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Participants will be selected from online submissions.