By Joge Andrés Pérez In News Harrison Hagan “Jack” Schmitt, Charles Moss “Charlie” Duke, and Edgar Dean “Ed” Mitchell will meet in Tenerife in September to participate in the second edition of this multidisciplinary festival for Astrophysics and Space Sciences. The Starmus International Festival dedicated to the world of astronomy and science and with the collaboration of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC), the Canary Islands Government through PROMOTUR Turismo de Canarias, the Cabildo of Tenerife, the Cabildo de La Palma and Astronomical Union International returns to Tenerife to address ” Beginnings: the making of the modern cosmos.” This will include the participation of three of the men who walked on the Moon: Harrison Schmitt of Apollo 17, Charlie Duke of Apollo 16 and Edgar Mitchell of Apollo 14. Thus, the festival aims to continue the success in 2011 of the first Starmus which included Apollo astronauts like Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin of Apollo 11, Bill Anders of Apollo 8 and Jim Lovell of Apollo 13. This second edition of the festival, will merge culture and science, and will once again be held at the Ritz-Carlton Abama in the south of Tenerife, between 22 and 27 September. The Festival will allow us to enjoy, learn and share knowledge and experiences of astronomy, space exploration and science with three Apollo astronauts, in addition to Nobel Prize Winners such as Robert Wilson and Sir Harold Kroto and Ethologist, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, along with eminent researchers and international figures from various fields of science, knowledge and the arts.