CLEVELAND — This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch and landing on the moon.

To celebrate the historic milestone, the Great Lakes Science Center has some awesome ways for people young and old to take 'one giant leap' this weekend.

You can get hands-on with Science Center special programming and explore NASA Glenn's Graphics and Visualization Lab, along with real Apollo mission artifacts.

Robyn Kaltenbach from the Great Lakes Science Center joined Jim Donovan and Betsy Kling on Thursday's Donovan Live to talk about some of the events happening at the Science Center and NASA Glenn. She also performed some fun experiments to demonstrate some of the science that was needed in order to get astronauts from the Earth to the Moon.

Watch the interview in the player above. 

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