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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ISDC 2020 has been cancelled due to safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
The Endeavour’s external tank, ET-94, reached the California Science Center (Los Angeles,CA) yesterday (May 21) amidst great fanfare, after winding its way through Marina del Rey, Westchester, Inglewood and Los Angeles. Welcome home! Here are some photos from Inglewood, California: … Continue reading
Many thanks to all who visited the OASIS table on Saturday, March 28th. There was no shortage of amazing aeronautical acrobatics and precision flying. Did you witness the awesome engine power of the C17 as it backed up (and up, … Continue reading
St. Louis Space Frontier, a chapter of the National Space Society, will host “Gateway to Space 2014,” a regional space development conference on November 7-9, 2014 in downtown St. Louis. The three-day conference will be packed with out-of-this-world panels, keynotes, sessions, … Continue reading
Space.com is reporting on all the events tonight to celebrate The Apollo 11 Moon Landing, especially a webcast by Slooh. Hustle on over to Space.com for all the info. “Tranquility base here. The Eagle has landed.”
Space.com is reporting Antares will be Launching today at 12:52 p.m. EDT (16:52 GMT). The Antares rocket is made by Orbital Sciences Corp (OSC), which has uploaded some neat images of rockets and launches on Flickr. Orbital also has a video … Continue reading