On 30 June 1908, an asteroid exploded over Tunguska, Siberia. Asteroids are common. Large asteroids impacting Earth are much less common (thank goodness!), but they do happen. And they can be very, very bad — just ask the dinosaurs. Or ask the folks in Chelyabinsk,… Read More
Thank you to all the AIAA members who participated in the most recent national election! The list of officers can be viewed here on the national AIAA website.
Cobb County being what it is, we have a history museum with an aviation wing. This is a fairly active museum with lots of events. If you have children who need to understand how totally awesome space stuff is, there is an upcoming event that… Read More
These rules have been in the works for several years. Congratulations to the Federal Aviation Administration for issuing rules for small unmanned aircraft systems. By the end of the decade, expect small flying robot aircraft to be common sights as they give humans a helpful… Read More
The Association for Computing Machinery elected an all-female board this year. Story here. This is just a reminder that there are many women who are good at math and logic. If you are raising a female child, please let her know that women can be… Read More