Welcome All NASA retirees!
Our next meeting is April 18th featuring Jennifer Kunz, KSC’s Associate Director, Technical at the KSC Visitor Complex.
Registrations open April 1st. CLICK HERE to learn more.
CLICK HERE to download the latest KSC Visitor Complex App!
Everyone in space exploration lost a real friend and space pioneer this month. Godspeed Hugh Harris.
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CLICK HERE for the 2022 KSC Center Director’s Community Leaders Update
CLICK HERE for the October 2022 KSC Flyover Showing SpaceX and Blue Origin Facility Development
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See the official NASA website for national news.
CLICK HERE for a 2023 Compendium of Aerospace Anniversaries and Events by Roger McCormick, Air Force Space and Missile Museum
“Now that I’m retired, what can I do to help the space program?”
1. Join the NASA Alumni League
2. Check out the Photo ID Project
3. Become a Docent at the AMS
If you want more fellowship, there are two monthly retiree breakfasts – one at Village Inn in Titusville the first Tuesday of each month from 7:30-8:30, and another on the last Monday of the month at The Gecko Grill, Merritt Island at 8:30. Come and enjoy the food and fun!
CLICK HERE FOR A GREAT PDF BRIEFING ON ARTEMIS
Here is a link to the Artemis I Space Community Business Toolkit:
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We lost an icon last year. See:
A TRIBUTE TO IKE RIGELL, MARCH 2022
Click Here for Apollo 1 55th Anniversary
2021 Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Report
Ever wonder how we got the (321) area code? Here’s the Untold Story.
Nicole Stott – Astronaut, aquanaut, artist, and earthling – has joined our NAL Florida Chapter. She’s just returned from a trip to Antarctica to view a total solar eclipse. You can learn more about her HERE. Her book signing at the American Space Museum was a tremendous success.
CLICK HERE to get a copy of NICOLE STOTT’s BOOK: “BACK TO EARTH”.
CLICK HERE TO GET A COPY OF EILEEN COLLINS’ BOOK:
Through the Glass Ceiling to the Stars: The Story of the First American Woman to Command a Space Mission
You can learn more about her HERE.
CLICK HERE For a FREE SPACE HISTORY BOOK
Exploring Space: Opening New Frontiers.
Sixty years of space history at Florida’s Spaceport
For everyone involved with Apollo, here’s a cool link provided by Enoch Moser. Enjoy!
NASA is offering a ton of online activities for use from home. CLICK HERE to check it out.
Here’s a hot link to a pretty good article by former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on the NASA effort to integrate its lunar and Mars programs effectively: https://tinyurl.com/y79wch8m.
You might want to pass it along to your friends and colleagues who are space enthusiasts.