About OASISWelcome to OASIS, the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the National Space Society. The Organization for the Advancement of Space Industrialization and Settlement is one of the oldest and largest chapters of the NSS.
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Like meeting new people? Like talking about space to space and science fiction enthusiasts? Here’s your opportunity! The 43rd annual Los Angeles Science Fiction Convention (LosCon) will be at the LAX Marriott from November 25-27 (Thanksgiving weekend). The theme will … Continue reading
We are Titan Rover, a multidisciplinary team of over 40 engineers and scientists at Cal State Fullerton striving to compete in an international competition for the second straight year. The competition, called the University Rover Challenge, is hosted by the … Continue reading
The grass roots pro-space movement has long worked for the day that outer space will be open for everyone to live, work and play. Much of the video history of the movement, however, exists only on old analog tapes in … Continue reading
Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/2dfwqnw I am Arlene Busby, widow of Dr. James M. Busby, who died on June 1, 2016. As an aerospace historian people would seek out my husband for his vast knowledge and expertise. Jim would get … Continue reading
On Saturday, August 13, the Columbia Memorial Space Center will honor Dr. James M. Busby with a plaque and remembrances. 10 am – 12 noon Please join us to help celebrate Jim’s life. If you have any questions, please contact … Continue reading
The space community has suffered a great and profound loss. James Milton Busby, a dedicated space advocate and historian, and a great friend to many spacers and science fiction fans, passed away on June 1, 2016. Now Jim gets to … Continue reading
Sunday will mark the fourth time that Blue Origin will launch and land its New Shepard rocket, which is being developed to take passengers on suborbital space flights. So far, we haven’t gotten to see any of their launches. According … Continue reading
On May 14, OASIS, Three Dimensional Science Learning and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section co-sponsored “Harley Cortez: The Artist as Spaceman,” a meeting of the artist and space science communities. Over the course of … Continue reading