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The Martian Diet Talk of 15 November 2016 is posted on the Twin Cities Section Website! 
by Andrew A Carlson
 11/21/2016 10:11 PM
 
AIAA Twin Cities Section Dinner Meeting: "The Martian Diet for Settlement on the Red Planet" from 5-to-7pm this Tuesday, November 15th 2016, at the U of M.  Attachment
by Andrew A Carlson
 11/13/2016 8:16 PM
 
The AIAA has compiled research on Candidate Positions vis-a-vis Aerospace Issues for the Upcoming General Election. 
by Andrew A Carlson
 11/7/2016 8:23 PM
 
There's a "Planets at the Pub" get-together this Sunday, at 6pm October 9th 2016! Attachment
by Andrew A Carlson
 10/8/2016 10:32 AM
 
The IEEE has an Infrared Astronomy Presentation on Saturday morning, August 27th 2016 Attachment
by Andrew A Carlson
 8/15/2016 9:44 PM
 
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