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 Announcements

Meeting of AIAA New England Section Student Chapters at MIT 
by Charles F Wilson
 10/11/2015 5:06 PM
 
David Clark Co flight and space suits at Worcester Historical Museum on Aug 27, 2015 
by Charles F Wilson
 8/25/2015 1:07 PM
 
FROM APOLLO TO ORION: NASA USES THE APOLLO HEATSHIELD FOR FIRST ORION FLIGHT TEST AS A KEY STEP TO DEEP-SPACE MANNED FLIGHT  Attachment
by Dr John J Blandino
 4/10/2015 6:48 PM
 
 

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Rob FilipekDraper
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David GuoSouthern New Hampshire University
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Scott StadlerMIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Peter Ricupero
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Kristina KaldonMIT Lincoln Laboratory
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John BlandinoWPI
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John WilkesWPI
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Charlie Wilson

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