Join the AIAA Houston Section and Dr. Stanley G. Love for a free lunch and learn (Bring your own lunch or enjoy a sandwich on us):
NASA Gilurth Center, Lone Star Room
Mars Room (Due to the overwhelming response, the room has changed)
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The Moon: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Fifty years after the historic first landing of human explorers on the Moon, NASA astronaut and planetary scientist Dr. Stanley G. Love will review the motivations and accomplishments of the Apollo program, present an overview of NASA’s plans to return human explorers to the Moon’s surface in the next few years, and discuss what those explorers might do there after they land and plant the flag. Despite an impression that we’ve “been there and done that” with regard to our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon offers much more than opportunities to build national prestige. It is a treasure trove of scientific and economic riches that we’ve only just begun to open. We hope you can join the discussion and learn about the amazing future that awaits us on the Moon
Join the AIAA Houston Section for a Lunch and Learn:
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
11:30am – 1:00pm
NASA Gilruth Center, Mars Room
RSVP on the event page or on the Eventbrite page.
– Date: Monday, August 27, 2018
– Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM presentation by CESARE GUARINIELLO, PhD.
– Presentation start time: Noon.
– Place: Tietronix, 1331 Gemini Avenue, Suite 300, Houston Texas 77058.
– Cost: No charge for attending. Membership not required.
– Meal: AIAA Houston Section provides sandwiches (our treat) from Jimmy Johns based on the crowd size using the online registration. Walk-ins are welcome, but advance registration helps us to plan better.
– Registration: On the event page or our EventBrite. Walk-ins are welcome. Advance registration helps us to plan better. The bigger the audience, the better.
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 AIAA Houston History and Astrodynamics Technical Committees for a discussion by Daniel Adamo, Astrodynamics consultant, AIAA senior member, and Distinguished Lecturer:
Reproducing an Apollo Applications Program Single-Launch Human Venus Flyby Trajectory
Friday, January 27, 2017
NASA/JSC Gilruth Center, Lone Star Room
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