Danielle Hannah is a technical writer and the Global Regional Coordinator for The Planetary Society. She has been a space geek ever since she was a little girl and she wondered why the stars moved in the sky on their own but the moon followed her around.
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First launched on April 12, 2001, Yuri’s Night celebrates two amazing accomplishments of humankind: Yuri Gagarin’s becoming the first human to orbit the earth in 1961 and the first launch of the U.S. Space Shuttle, twenty years later to the day. It is also a global celebration of humanity’s future in space and how we can use space to bring us closer together.
Fifteen years ago, Society members and passionate space advocates like you helped save the Pluto mission. Now we can do the same for missions to Europa and Mars.
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