Today, March 29 at 6:15 in CSE E119 Larry Fineberg and Justin Treptow from NASA are coming to talk about NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array) and Systems Engineering. Larry Fineberg works in Launch Services Systems while Justin Treptow works in the Flight Design Branch.
The title of the presentations will be: “Overview of NASA’s NuSTAR mission (launched in 2012)” and “Informal Discussion on Systems Engineering: Everyone wins with System Engineering”
There will be FREE food and drinks at the event so come hear these amazing men who will be the last speakers for this semester!
On April 19 in the New Physics Building Lobby from 7:30-11PM Yuri’s Night will take place. In celebration with many other Yuri’s Night around the globe we will be celebrating the history of human spaceflight. There will be food, music, an inflatable planetarium, video game station, telescopes set up outside, a costume contest (so dress to impress with costumes if you have them), trivia games, and prizes to give away. This event is in collaboration with Students for the Exploration and Development of Space(SEDS), The Astronomy and Astrophysics Society, and the Society of Physics Students. This will be a great way to end the semester before we all feel the onslaught of finals so come out and join us in the celebration!!!
Please RSVP on the Facebook page if you plan on coming!!