Join the AIAA Houston Section and Tony Antonelli, Acting Director, Advanced Programs for the Civil Space line of business for Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Space Systems Company, for a discussion of:
OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
NASA/JSC Gilruth Center, Alamo Ballroom
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Join the AIAA Houston section and Mr. Wayne Hale, former NASA Space Shuttle Flight Director, in College Station for:
Title: “Where Are We Going in Space?”
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Time: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: Lynntech cafeteria, 2501 Earl Rudder Fwy S College Station, TX 77845
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Join us Friday, April 8, 2016, 5:30pm, at
University of Houston Science Center, Room 102
(Map & Parking Information)
3369 Cullen Blvd.
Houston, TX 77204
Speaker: Dr. Jim Horkovich, Director for Directed Energy Programs for Schafer Corporation
– 5:30 P.M: Social
– 6:00 P.M: Dinner
– 6:30 P.M: Dr. Jim Horkovich: “Directed Energy Weapons; Promise & Reality (Myths, Legends, and Facts: Reflections of a ‘Star Warrior’)”
– 7:30P.M: Q&A with Dr. Jim Horkovich
– Presentation Only (No Dinner): FREE!
– Dinner, Member/Spouse: $17.00
– Dinner, Non-Member: $25.00
– Dinner, Student with ID: $8
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Join us Thursday, February 25, 5:30pm, at Mamacita’s
Speaker: Greg Meholic, Senior Project Engineer at The Aerospace Corporation
– 5:30 P.M: Social
– 6:00 P.M: Dr. Jayant Ramakrishnan – AIAA Proposed Governance Changes
– 6:30 P.M: Greg Meholic – “Advanced Space Propulsion Concepts for Interstellar Travel”
– 7:45 P.M: Q&A with Greg Meholic
Attendance is FREE! Attendees purchase their own food & drinks.
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Saturday, January 30
University of Houston Student Center, Space City Room (Room 214)
as Todd Barber, Senior Propulsion Engineer at JPL, discusses a bit on the history of Mars rovers at JPL, the scientific motivation for Curiosity, and the preparations for launch two days after Thanksgiving in 2011.
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