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Physics professor Jerry Gilfoyle was 12 when Apollo 11 landed on the moon, and the space program was part of his inspiration for becoming a scientist.

Jerry discusses space-related topics in his classes and has worked on policy touching on rocketry with regards to nuclear arms proliferation and the associated missile technology.

Contact Sunni Brown (sbrown5@richmond.edu), assistant director of media and public relations, to connect with him today.