Club meetings are held Wednesday nights in Knudsen at 7:30 followed by running the telescopes on the top of Math and Sciences Building at 8:30. Wednesday October 3: First meeting, general announcements, ice cream and icebreakers Wednesday October 10: Review a case study analyzing different components of astronomy. Discuss trop to the Griffith Observatory on October 27. Ice […]
Here is the list of activities performed last year. Each “week” begins the following Wednesday from the first date posted each quarter. Fall 2011 Week Activity 1 – Introduction [28-9-2012 Wednesday] 2 – Building Competition (Space Stations) 3 – Planetarium Show (UCLA) 4 – Undergraduate Research Presentations 5 – Astrology Discussion 6 […]
Currently, our chapter is awaiting room assignment so we can resume a normal meeting schedule. We are doing everything we can to make the process move as quickly as possible. We hope to have our first meeting of the Fall 2012 semester this Friday, September 7, or next Friday, September 14. Our summer recruiting process […]
SEDS-UCF is continuing the process of recruitment. Our chapter hopes to begin meetings for the Fall 2012 semester sometime in early September depending on room assignment.
Being that it’s summer SEDS-UCF has been significantly less active than the rest of the year. However, we are still in the process of planning projects for the upcoming fall and spring semesters, and we are attending various UCF club fairs to recruit new members.
For the past month SEDS-UCF has been fairly quiet. We finished our hybrid rockets this year, but were unable to launch due to problems with ground support equipment. We also held a successful Yuri’s night complete with a screening of Apollo 13. Four of our members were able to attend a private tour of the […]
This semester the George Washington Space Society (GWSS SEDS) hosted Lynn Cline, NASA Deputy Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations. Ms. Cline shared stories from her time as NASA’s lead negotiator for the ISS collaboration and discussed current issues facing NASA. GWSS also hosted a movie and pizza night. GWSS members attended the International Space […]
Since our last update, UCF-SEDS has been busy. We recently held elections and our proud to have our new president, Corey Marks, and vice president, Anderson Duran taking us to new heights. We are currently working on the Mini Hybrid Competitions (both closest to 2000ft and max altitude), Experimental Standing Rocket Competition, and will finish […]
SEDS at Carnegie Mellon (SEDS-CMU) is celebrating the successful end to its first year. The chapter has doubled in membership since our founding by attending two CMU activities fairs. The executive board attended the nation conference, and took a wealth of information back to the chapter. This coming semester, our hard work will be paying […]
Since the last update, UASEDS participated in several different events and activities. In October, about 14 students from UASEDS attended SpaceVision 2011 in Boulder, CO. We all enjoyed the conference and are looking forward to next year in Buffalo, NY. Our Arizona Space Grant ASCEND! team launched a balloon payload in November and are currently […]