Tonight's all-female-up considers Women in Space and includes presentations by Hilde de Bruijn of the Moon Life Foundation, Dr Iya Whiteley, Space Psychologist (IACE Ltd, Director; UCL Centre for Space Medicine Consultant), and Bee Thakore of the Planetary Society. Ulrike Kubatta's unique documentary portrait of Jerri Truhill's remarkable story of as wife, mother and aviator, and one of the first women to be trained by NASA to go into space as part of Mercury 13 programme - She Should Have Gone To The Moon - will also be screened.
Kosmica Liverpool is programmed by WE COLONISED THE MOON (Hagen Betzwieser (Germany), Sue Corke (UK)) and Nahum Mantra. It is endorsed by ITACCUS, the International Astronautical Federation's Committee on the Cultural Utilisation of Space.
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