Twenty Years of Securing Space
Steve Brooks in 2001 (in those REALLY hot denim shirts!)

Twenty Years of Securing Space

29/06/2021Written by Malika Andress

Steve Brooks began working at the National Space Centre before we opened the doors, so on the twentieth anniversary of that big day, we asked him about his most memorable moments.

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