e-Happy Hour on AIAA LALV Virtual Moon Base Alpha, Clavius Crater, the Moon

July 20, 2021 @ 6:30 pm 8:30 pm PDT

e-Happy Hour on AIAA LA-LV Virtual Moon Base Alpha, Clavius Crater, the Moon

RSVP and Information: https://conta.cc/3vVngCk

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e-Happy Hour on AIAA LA-LV Virtual Moon Base Alpha, Clavius Crater, the Moon

Tuesday, July 20, 2021, 6:30 PM PDT

July is the Month for America and Space!

Please Join us in this e-Happy Hour on the historic date of July 20th (Apollo 11 Moon Landing and Vikings Mars Landing) and in the auspicious month of July for American Independence! Share your thoughts about those 2 great events, Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover & Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, where to build the Moon / Mars Bases, Mr. Jeff Bezos’s going into Space on July 20th with Blue Origin’s rocket / vehicle, recent May 22nd flight into Space by Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo and July 11 flight into Space with Sir Richard Branson, SpaceX’s Starship development and Planetary Defense efforts (launching DART for NASA), NASA SOFIA’s (NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) discovery for water on Clavius Crater, the place where the Moon Base in the legendary Sci-Fi movie “2001 Space Odyssey” is designated, the space transporters (like the Eagle in “Space 1999”) with moon bases, and the ongoing NASA Artemis Missions, along with the growing Lunar / Space Economy, Space Tourism, Sci-Fi, and/or life etc. And mostly, relax and enjoy a mid-summer evening with like-minded folks and the AIAA / LA-LV / aerospace communities!

Look forward to your participation and having a fun evening with us!


AIAA LA-LV Virtual Moon Base Alpha @ Clavius Crater, the Moon

Please RSVP / register. And join us online on July 20, 2021. The web link, password, and simple instructions will be emailed to the registrants after Saturday, July 17, 2021, a few days before the event. Please check the email Spam or Junk folder at that time if you don’t see it in your email Inbox.

Ticket prices:

AIAA Professional member: $2, Non-AIAA member Professionals: $3

AIAA University Student member $1, non-member student: $1.5

High School (HS) students: $0 (free) (AIAA HS member and non-AIAA HS Students. other K-12 Students)

AIAA Educator members: $1.5, non-AIAA member Educator: $2.5

You will be able to meet, chat, networking, and socialize with a computer web browser, camera, microphone / speaker, and a high-speed internet, similar to join a Zoom meeting with a link/URL and password to be provided a few days before the event. A keyboard (a real keyboard of a virtual keyboard) is needed to move around in the virtual meeting facility, to have the mixed-reality simulated in-person presence and experiences. If your computer is ok for a Zoom video / audio meeting (or similar), it will be ok for this as well.

Please join us and give it a try. And help us to try out for a different new way of networking, socializing, and meeting. It will be fun. Thank you very much ! Look forward to meeting you there in this e-Happy Hour! Enjoy!


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July 20, 2021
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Brett Cornick (Technologies for earth & beyond)
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Matthew Kuhns (Artemis & Additive Manufac.)
Moises Seraphin (Challenges/Future Generation)
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