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Marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, the U.S. Embassy has invited David Vuich to visit Serbia from 18-28 July.

Vuich is the last living member of the “Serbian Apollo Seven,” a group of Serbian-Americans who worked on the Apollo program in the 1960s and 1970s.

Upon his arrival in Belgrade, Vuich held a presentation at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. 

David Vuich started the presentation in the Serbian language and soon continued in English.

“Neil Armstrong was my friend and I thought him some Serbian words and phrases,” said Vuich.



Answering questions about the Moon landing, Vuich said “Yes, we really landed human on a moon. It has changed our understanding of the solar system.”

More than 650 million people around the world watched the historic landing on 20 July 1969 and heard astronaut Neil Armstrong say “… one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

Apollo Mission Member David Vuich Visits Serbia
David Vuich of Serbian Apollo Seven at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade

 
David Vuich schedule of events:
 
July 19 at 12:00 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Kraljice Marije 16, Room 211
(David Vuich presentation in English)
 
July 19 at 16:30 Petnica Science Center
(David Vuich presentation in English followed by Q&A session)
 
July 20 at 19:00 Apollo 11 Movie Screening, Dom Omladine (Belgrade Youth Centre), Makedonska 22
(Film will be followed by Q&A session with Serbian translation)
 
July 23 at 10:30 SANU, K. Mihailova 35, Ceremony Hall
(David Vuich presentation in English with Serbian translation)
 
July 24 at 18:00 American Corner, Dom Omladine, Makedonska 22
(David Vuich presentation in English)