Apollo 14 Breakfast on the Moon Webinar FEB 6

Gerald Griffin Apollo Mission Control

Please mark your calendars! On Saturday morning, February 6th, NSS Chapters’ Assembly and the Sacramento L5 Society NSS chapter will host the fourth in their ongoing series celebrating the various 50th anniversaries of the manned Apollo missions to the Moon. This time, we’ll be celebrating the Apollo 14 mission.

For the Apollo 14 event, simulcast on Zoom and YouTube, we are tremendously excited to be able to announce that our panelists will be headlined by Apollo 14 Mission Control Flight Director Gerald D. Griffin.

When: Saturday, February 6, 2021, 10:00-11:30 AM Eastern
Topic: Breakfast on the Moon – A Celebration of Apollo 14
Register on Zoom or watch on YouTube

Gerald Griffin
Gerald D. Griffin

He will be joined by author and NSS Director of Communications and Branding Dr. Anthony Paustian and author and Ad Astra Magazine Editor Rod Pyle. Joseph Bland, president of the Sacramento L5 Society, will be the Zoom host.

Breakfast on the Moon

For this celebration, we will be utilizing a Zoom webinar with a 500 seat capacity. All seats are on a first come, first served basis. To reserve a seat, please register in advance at:

We will also simulcast on YouTube Live. To access the YouTube Live event, go to the Sacramento L5 Society YouTube channel:

Please join us!


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3 thoughts on “Apollo 14 Breakfast on the Moon Webinar FEB 6”

  1. I am especially interested in this event because I was Mission Scientist for Apollo 14. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 50 years since then.

  2. I am grateful to NSS for launching my career as a science journalist and Gerry is a dear friend. I will try to watch!
    Check out our Apollo 14 specials on mynspr.org with Gerry, Milt Windler, Fred Haise, Victoria Nenno (USGA) and Julie Jenkins (Al Shepard’s daughter)


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