Huntsville Alabama L5 Society (HAL5)

HAL5 Highlights for 2010


January 2010

HAL5 monthly program on "The Moon is a Planet Too Far: Lunar Science and Robotic Exploration" with guest speaker Dr. Barbara Cohen.


February 2010

HAL5 monthly program on HAL5 monthly program on "Next L.E.A.P. to the future! Lunar Explorational Architecture Possibilities" with guest speaker Audra Herriges.


March 2010

HAL5 free public book lecture on "Paradise Regained: The Regreening of Planet Earth" with guest speaker Les Johnson, co-author.


April 2010

HAL5 monthly program on "Great Science With A Great Observatory: The Chandra X-Ray Observatory Celebrates 10 Years of Successful Operation" with guest speaker Dr. Martin Weisskopf. The event was held at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center's (USSRC) Educator Resources Center. Our thanks to USSRC for the use of the facility.


May 2010

HAL5 monthly program on "The History and Chemistry of Solid Rocket Propellants: Harnessing Energy for Propulsion" with guest speaker Dr. Jamie Niedert, Chief Scientist, Energetics, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile R and D Center (AMRDEC) Redstone Arsenal. ISDC 2010, Chicago.


June 2010

Annual HAL5 Election of officers and membership meeting.


July 2010

No program due to July 4th weekend.


August 2010

HAL5 monthly program on "Life in Space: A Cell's Perspective" by Dr. Marian L. Lewis, Ph.D., retired Research Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and Director of the Bioreactor and Microgravity Biotechnology Laboratory at the UAHuntsville.


September 2010

HAL5 monthly program on the status of Huntsville Makers Local 256 and some of the HAL5 members involvements in "HackersSpace in Space" by Bill Brown and Ethan Chew.


October 2010

HAL5 monthly program on "Strategy for Space Development" by Gordon Woodcock, last President of the L5 society. VBAS annual Astronomy Day at Monte Sano. HAL5 will be there and will have our public demo of our own hybrid suitcase rocket.


November 2010

ISDC 2010 status update to the membership and public, and planning meeting. HAL5 presentation to Makers Local 256 and demonstration of suitcase hybrid rocket.


December 2010

Dr. Charles A. Lundquist. Sociological Factors for Space Exploration. HAL5 2010 annual report to the membership can be downloaded it here.

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