Hidden Figures Free Movie Tickets

Enjoy two free movie tickets to HIDDEN FIGURES, the incredible true story of brilliant African-American women working at NASA who served as the brains behind the launch of astronaut John Glenn.

All you have to do is follow the link, choose your location, download and print the tickets. That's it! Thanks to our friends at ShowFilmFirst Australia.

Ticket link: http://www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/812206

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK8xHq6dfAo

2017 AYAA National Committee Member Applications Open

The AYAA would like to announce that the National Committee Member applications are now open. Please review the attached position description document for details of each of the committee positions.

Applications can be submitted using the following form: 2017 AYAA National Committee Member Application

Applications close on Wednesday the 23rd of November.

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Internship Opportunities at the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC)

The Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC), at the Mount Stromlo Observatory, is pleased to partner with the Northrop Grumman Externship Program to offer 9 summer internship positions for undergraduate students studying engineering, science, computer science or mathematics. Interns will complete a defined research project and participate in activities that develop technical skills and help prepare them for professional employment. They will be supervised and mentored by AITC scientists and engineers and will be required to work as a team in completing set tasks.

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Day Two Recap: Aerospace Futures 2016

Day Two of Aerospace Futures 2016 kicked off with a live interview with Mr. Dario Valenza, the director of Carbonix. Being his first time at Aerospace Futures, he was delightfully impressed with Day One, having attracted so much attention for his life-size composite UAV on display.

Following that, was the usual schedule of 9 speakers and a careers panel. Here's some of our main takeaways:

Captain Michael Gallatly reinforced in all of us the practice of visualising our dreams. He stressed that we could realise anything as long as the belief was there.