Category: Women & Mars

Women In Aerospace Europe

Women In Aerospace Europe

On Wednesday June 20, 2012 the Women In Aerospace of Europe convened for their yearly meeting at the ESA Business Incubation Centre in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. As member of this organisation I was present to witness the growth of this organisation all over Europe. In my mind WIA, in Europe and in the United States, […]

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Video of Women and Mars Conference online

I would like to thank everybody who attended the Women and Mars Conference.  From the response we have received from participants and attendees (as well as online viewers), it is clear that the conference was a success.  If you have any questions or comments concerning the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us. By the end […]

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conference practicalities (read!)

Some info to make your conference more enjoyable: The Jack Morton Auditorium tends to feel cold.  Especially now since the weather is so fine, the temperature inside is distinctly cold by comparison. Bring a jacket, cardigan or wrap. You yourself know best how you withstand a cold airconditioned room. NO food or drinks inside the […]

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Without female astronauts Space exploration incomplete

This strong wording is by Chen Shanguang, director of the Astronaut Center of China, as saying China must assess both males and females on missions in order to advance its space progam. “Space exploration activities would be incomplete without the participation of female astronauts,” Chen said, according to Xinhua,  China’s state-run news agency. The two […]

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Tour of Lockheed Martin

On November 8, 2011 6:00pm Tour of Lockheed Martin Space Experience Center - This tour is limited to 50 people. for information about this tour : For those that did register for this tour find the directions below on how to get to 2121 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA (near Ronald Reagan National Airport) download and […]

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