SSERVI, working with Italian partners from the Italian Space Agency (ASI), presented a 12-min video on past and future lunar landing sites for an Apollo event on May 18, 2019 at the Rovereto Civic Museum in Rovereto, Italy. The video uses Moon Trek data from the Solar System Trek Project to visit each of the Apollo landing sites. It then looks ahead and visits potential future landing sites identified at the Lunar Science for Landed Missions workshop held at NASA Ames Research Center in 2018. The video below is captioned in Italian but is not yet narrated:

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On May 18th, 2019, ~80 people came to the Rovereto Civic Museum to spend a Saturday night talking about the past, present and future of Solar System exploration.

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SSERVI’s Touchable Moon Rock Display

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People were happy to see and touch a piece of the Moon.

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Simone Pirotta (ASI) and Emily Law (JPL) making a presentation to attendees of the special event at the Rovereto Civic Museum on May 18, 2019.

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