Interested in cultivating future engineers and scientists?
Interested in involving students in amateur satellites as a training ground?
Or just happy to promote awareness of and appreciation for technical excellence?
Well, if you, or someone you know, is near Washington, D.C. then ...
YOU ARE HEREBY INVITED to the next AMSAT-DC Meeting and Space Seminar. The day long event will be held on Saturday, March 24, in the same hall as last year, near BWI airport.
Get the meeting announcement at http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/fieldops/eventDetail.php?eID=259 and share it with others. Today. Tomorrow too.
In building our agenda, we are lining up one or two presentations from local folks who are building a CubeSat of all things! Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cubesat before coming. We'll take a close look at the brand new AMSAT lab on our eastern shore. Get news on a new S-Band beacon. High-altitude balloons? Yep, we've got that!
Lots more will be offered too.
OUR NUMBER ONE NEED for success: Publicity ...
Please forward the event announcement to one who might like to know about it. Take it to a club meeting. Announce it on a net. Gosh, tell a high school or college student -- and an instructor too. All are invited.
Thank you! And see you then!
Pat Kilroy N8PK AMSAT-DC Co-host
================================================================= Patrick L. Kilroy WK Integration & Test (I&T) 301-286-1984 Voice NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 301-286-1673 Fax Building 5, Mail Code 568 [email protected] Greenbelt, Maryland 20771 http://lro.gsfc.nasa.gov/ =================================================================
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein