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  • AIAA Monthly Social

    Stop by Hyde Park 5:30-7pm Thursday, April 18 to network and socialize with professionals across Houston's spaceflight industry at AIAA Houston's April Networking and 
    Social event! As always, light food and 2x drink tickets are on us.

    What: AIAA Houston Networking and Social Event

    When: 5:30pm-7pm Thur April 18
    Where: Hyde Park (247 E NASA Pkwy, Webster, TX 77598)

    Who's Invited: Anyone affiliated with the aerospace and spaceflight community

    See you there!
    AIAA Houston Section
  • What's Happening at AIAA Houston

    Join AIAA Houston for these exciting upcoming events, including a virtual, joint event with IEEE - Galveston Bay section: 

    March Social

    Joint IEEE Virtual Event

    Julie Strickland (our section VP) at The ION District

  • "Engineering the Future of Lunar Exploration with Deb Ludban" on Saturday, March 16: SpaceGeekSpeak

    Get ready, space enthusiasts! This Saturday at SpaceGeekSpeak, we’re beyond excited to welcome Debra Ludban, a stellar force behind NASA’s groundbreaking Gateway Program. With a career that took off at the White Sands Test Facility in 2000, Deb has been navigating the vast expanse of space exploration from the Space Shuttle era to the Artemis missions with a blend of engineering brilliance and interstellar finesse.

    Join us as Deb takes us on a thrilling voyage shedding light on the Gateway Program — humanity's next leap toward lunar exploration and beyond. She'll delve into the intricate dance of systems integration, the challenges of leading a team of rocket scientists, and the technological marvels that make it all possible. Plus, she will get a personal glimpse into the journey that propelled her from an engineering student to a leading voice in space systems engineering.

    Whether you're a seasoned astronaut or just a dreamer with your eyes on the stars, Deb's insights and experiences are bound to ignite your passion for the final frontier. So mark your calendars and join us this Saturday at SpaceGeekSpeak. Let's reach for the stars together!

    Join the AIAA Houston section at SpaceGeekSpeak virtually over ZOOM:

    Date: Saturday, 3/16/2024.

    Time: 8:30 am central time

    Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83558603375

    Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of NASA’s finest as she explores the challenges, innovations, and adventures of space exploration. It’s not just rocket science — it’s our future. See you there!


    PS: Check out our recorded sessions on SpaceGeekSpeak Channel on YouTube, the link:   https://www.youtube.com/@spacegeekspeak

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