It’s been 50 years since humans first set foot on the moon.

And since that historic journey, space exploration has grown tremendously. Government and private space enterprise alike now work toward a future in which spaceflight is as commonplace as it is ambitious and far-reaching.

Former NASA astronaut MikeMassimino, serves as the senior advisor of space programs at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museumand as an American professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia University. Massimino has logged a total of 30 hours and 4 minutes during four spacewalks where he was the last person to have been inside the Hubble Space Telescope on its final servicing mission in 2009.

Take your audience on an awe-inspiring journey as Mike highlights his experiences in space, shares his thoughts on the future of space travel, and discusses where we should go next. Watch his keynote at The Moth below about overcoming fear to take on one of the most dangerous jobs someone can have— a NASA Astronaut.