AIAA Houston Section will have a dinner event next Wednesday, December 12!
The short presentation and the movie “First Man” will take place at Star Cinema Grill.
Presentation at 6:30 and the movie at 7:00 pm.
RSVP on the event page or on Eventbrite.
Invite your colleagues, friends and family.
Thank you for helping us to make this event success!
Please join the AIAA Houston Section History Technical Committee for “A Photographic History of Wildlife at and around NASA’s Johnson Space Center” by Gary Seloff, NASA/JSC Information Management Specialist.
Wildlife on the campus of NASA/JSC includes bobcats, alligators, coyotes, snakes, lizards, and many kinds of birds, including herons, egrets, woodpeckers, owls, flycatchers, cardinals, mockingbirds, bluejays, sparrows, doves, bald eagles, and ospreys.
Wednesday, June 6
AIAA Houston Section provides sandwiches (our treat) from Jimmy Johns based on the crowd size using the online registration.
Join the Sounding Rocketry Team for their public design review:
Saturday, December 2nd
Texas A&M University, Harvey H. Bright Building, Malina Auditorium (HRBB 124)
The team will discuss their goals for the year, updates to their competition rocket, and improvements to launch infrastructure. Members’ work will be critiqued by panel of subject matter experts who will guide the team in their endeavors.
See the flyer (PDF) for more details.
INCOSE TGCC cordially invites AIAA Houston members to join the 12/13, 5:30pm, holiday festivities at Sam’s Boat.
The AIAA Houston Section is back… with more events like:
- Houston/Bay Area Storm Water Flood Forum
November 28 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm, NASA/JSC Gilruth
See more details on the event page.
December 5-7, George R. Brown Convention Center
AIAA Houston will have a booth! More details on a VIP discount code and volunteer opportunities will be posted on the event page as it becomes available.
- AIAA Houston Space Talk
December 5 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Chelsea Wine Bar
Join us for some early holiday cheer and delightful conversations on all things aerospace.