Art Direction: Alec Short
Goonhilly Earth Station Festival site map
ABOUT THE EVENT:
On July 20th 2019 it will have been 50 years since the inaugural moon landing happened and signalled the dawning of the space age.
Goonhilly earth station was where in 1969 “Arthur”, once the largest satellite dish in the world, built for the Telstar and named after King Arthur beamed images of the 1969 moon landing to millions of homes.
To celebrate and commemorate this historical event Goonhilly will be open to the public for one day only with an educational and entertaining day of music, science, art, and culture. See event website here: www.apollo50.co.uk