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Tue, May 03


Science Museum - London

AIM HIGHER GALA at the Science Museum

PASSING THE TORCH - Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 16 - NASA’s Artemis Mission - Commercial and International Space & All the Ways Space Exploration Makes Life Better on Earth

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AIM HIGHER GALA  at the Science Museum
AIM HIGHER GALA  at the Science Museum

Time & Location

May 03, 2022, 6:30 PM – 11:00 PM GMT+1

Science Museum - London, Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD, UK


About the event

2022 marks the final 50th Anniversaries of the Apollo Missions to the Moon

The AIM HIGHER GALA is a celebration of the past to awaken the future and bring together the space curious with the space serious. As we begin to close the chapter on Apollo, we look to the future of space exploration. This time in a more inclusive and diverse way. 

We'll celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 16 Moon landing, passing the torch to Artemis and the future of commercial and international space activities, as well as showcasing ways space exploration makes life better on Earth. The evening will entail a black-tie dinner attended by industry professionals, space agencies, commercial companies and people who love space. Former NASA astronauts Nicole Stott, Susan Kilrain and South Korean astronaut Soyeon Yi and JAXA Astronaut Naoko Yamazakit will appear on stage during the gala to share stories from their time in space. Professor Brian Cox will participate virtually and our MC will be BBC presenter and TV host Dallas Campbell.

We will present awards to those who have made signifant contributions to space exploration:


Gen. Charlie Duke - Capcom for Apollo 11, LMP from Apollo 16, and the 10th man to walk on the Moon


Poppy Northcutt - the first female engineer in NASA's Mission Control during the Apollo 8 mission to orbit the Moon


The entire Inspiration4 Crew for inspiring the world and raising valuable funds for St. Jude's Hospital 

Jared Isaacman - Mission Commander

Dr. Sian Proctor - Mission Pilot

Hayley Arceneaux - Mission Specialist

Chris Sembroski - Mission Specialist

There will be a very space musical presentation of THE MOONS SYMPHONY presented by International Award Winning composer Amanda Lee Falkenberg.

Learn more about the 501c3 non-profit Space for a Better World outreach and activities at

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  • 1 hour

    Cocktails Reception

    Exploring Space Gallery

  • 1 hour

    Seated Dinner

    Making the Modern World
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  • Gala Table of 10 ten tickets

    This sale is for a table of (10) at the Aim Higher Gala at the Science Museum in London on May 3, 2022 benefitting the non-profit charity SPACE for a Better World.

    +$625.00 service fee
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  • One (1) Aim Higher Gala ticket

    This ticket includes one (1) ticket to the Aim Higher Gala at the Science Museum in London on May 3, 2022 and includes a ticket to the May the 4th Be With You After After Party on May 4, 2022 at a location TBA.

    +$62.50 service fee
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