Do you want to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings with NASA up-close and personal with Apollo 11 astronauts? You can.
NASA Social is a program specifically to reach out to social media users, giving them an avenue to reach audiences neglected by traditional media. Are you big on Twitter? The go-to voice of science enthusiasm on your Facebook feed? Can you match the perfect Instagram filter to any moment? Go on, drop in an application.
A total of 50 people will be accepted, split between two NASA Social events. Twenty-five people will join Buzz Aldrin while watching the National Symphony Orchestra perform 2001: A Space Odyssey at Wolf Trap National Park in Virginia on July 19th. On July 21st, the other twenty-five people will join astronauts Collins, Aldrin, and Lovell at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for a renaming ceremony to dub the Operations and Checkout Building in honour of Neil Armstrong.
Attending is free, but you have to pick up your own tab for transportation and accommodation. Just apply fast: you've only got until 5:00 pm EDT Tuesday (tonight!) to get it done.
If these particular locations aren't for you, NASA is hosting a bunch of events around the country to celebrate the anniversary of the moon landing, and to get people excited about NASA's plans to head to Mars.