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Recently announced 2019-2020 AIAA Council with Mr. Jon Cowart; 
NASA Commercial Crew Mission Manager
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2018-2019 AIAA Council with Dr. Jim Hansen; author of First Man:
The Life of Neil A. Armstrong
















2017-2018 AIAA Council with Apollo 16 Astronaut Charlie Duke
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2016-2017 AIAA Council with Dr. Story Musgrave

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  • International Observe the Moon Night 2020

    Join us as we celebrate International Observe the Moon Night on Sept. 25! These events are open to all AIAA Cape Canaveral members and non-members. They are free of charge, but require advance registration.

      • Friday, Sept. 25
        • Time: 7 to 8 p.m.
        • Where: Zoom
        • What: Join the AIAA Cape Canaveral section as we chat with Michael Mesarch and his experience with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) engineering team. Mesarch is responsible for all of the trajectory analysis and maneuver planning for LRO. Throughout the evening, he will share more about how they got to orbit, how they got to where they are now and the future of the mission.
      • Friday, Sept. 25
        • Time: 9 p.m.
        • Where: Zoom
        • What: The Florida Tech Aerospace, Physics, and Space Sciences Department invites participants to take a virtual tour of the Moons in our solar system and visit with Florida Tech student clubs to learn more about space.

          To register, email dfleming@fit.edu to receive log-in information.

Upcoming Events


  • Friday
    25
    September

    International Observe the Moon Night 2020

    Event Announcement Only - No RSVP

    Friday, September 25, 2020, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM ET
    Join us as we celebrate International Observe the Moon Night on Sept. 25! These events are open to all AIAA Cape Canaveral members and non-members. They are free of charge, but require advance registration.
      • Friday, Sept. 25
        • Time: 7 to 8 p.m.
        • Where: Zoom
        • What: Join the AIAA Cape Canaveral section as we chat with Michael Mesarch and his experience with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) engineering team. Mesarch is responsible for all of the trajectory analysis and maneuver planning for LRO. Throughout the evening, he will share more about how they got to orbit, how they got to where they are now and the future of the mission.
      • Friday, Sept. 25
        • Time: 9 p.m.
        • Where: Zoom
        • What: The Florida Tech Aerospace, Physics, and Space Sciences Department invites participants to take a virtual tour of the Moons in our solar system and visit with Florida Tech student clubs to learn more about space.

          To register, email dfleming@fit.edu to receive log-in information.