• National Space Society Seattle Monthly Meeting

    Museum of Flight

    The National Space Society Seattle holds a joint monthly meeting, which has been going for over 20 years, every 2nd Sunday of the month, starting at 7pm. The meeting brings together all the local space enthusiasts and activites to meet and share ideas. There is typically one or more featured speakers at the meeting. Free snacks and soft drinks are provided. There is no charge to attend this meeting and everybody from the public is welcome. You can find us in the Red Barn Classroom, which is in the basement of the museum. Take the elevator across from the information desk and follow the hallway to the classroom.

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  • Mars Society Seattle - Chapter Business Meetup

    WeWork Lincoln Square

    The Mars Society is looking for help with its major initiatives for 2019 including the Mars Desert Research Station and MarsVR virtual reality application, as well as our website/social media updates and other technical & public outreach projects, some of which have an educational & STEM focus. James Burk will present on the current state of these projects and explore volunteer opportunities. No previous experience necessary and all skill levels are welcome. We need help with many different things! You can also just come to listen and network with other like-minded people. This is a great small group with opportunties to work on projects that can advance your career skills, and to get volunteer experience with an established non-profit organization with a great mission -- getting public support to send people to Mars!

  • National Space Society Seattle Monthly Meeting

    Museum of Flight

    The National Space Society Seattle holds a joint monthly meeting, which has been going for over 20 years, every 2nd Sunday of the month, starting at 7pm. The meeting brings together all the local space enthusiasts and activites to meet and share ideas. There is typically one or more featured speakers at the meeting. Free snacks and soft drinks are provided. There is no charge to attend this meeting and everybody from the public is welcome. You can find us in the Red Barn Classroom, which is in the basement of the museum. Take the elevator across from the information desk and follow the hallway to the classroom.

  • Mars Society Seattle - Chapter Business Meetup

    WeWork Lincoln Square

    **We are in Conf Room 5G this month!** The Mars Society is looking for help with its major initiatives for 2019 including the Mars Desert Research Station and MarsVR virtual reality application, as well as our website/social media updates and other technical & public outreach projects, some of which have an educational & STEM focus. James Burk will present on the current state of these projects and explore volunteer opportunities. No previous experience necessary and all skill levels are welcome. We need help with many different things! You can also just come to listen and network with other like-minded people. This is a great small group with opportunties to work on projects that can advance your career skills, and to get volunteer experience with an established non-profit organization with a great mission -- getting public support to send people to Mars!

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  • National Space Society Seattle Monthly Meeting

    Museum of Flight

    The National Space Society Seattle holds a joint monthly meeting, which has been going for over 20 years, every 2nd Sunday of the month, starting at 7pm. The meeting brings together all the local space enthusiasts and activites to meet and share ideas. There is typically one or more featured speakers at the meeting. Free snacks and soft drinks are provided. There is no charge to attend this meeting and everybody from the public is welcome. You can find us in the Red Barn Classroom, which is in the basement of the museum. Take the elevator across from the information desk and follow the hallway to the classroom.

  • National Space Society Seattle Monthly Meeting

    Museum of Flight

    The National Space Society Seattle holds a joint monthly meeting, which has been going for over 20 years, every 2nd Sunday of the month, starting at 7pm. The meeting brings together all the local space enthusiasts and activites to meet and share ideas. There is typically one or more featured speakers at the meeting. Free snacks and soft drinks are provided. There is no charge to attend this meeting and everybody from the public is welcome. You can find us in the Red Barn Classroom, which is in the basement of the museum. Take the elevator across from the information desk and follow the hallway to the classroom.

  • Mars Society Seattle - Chapter Business Meetup

    WeWork Lincoln Square

    The Mars Society is looking for help with its major initiatives for 2019 including the Mars Desert Research Station and MarsVR virtual reality application, as well as our website/social media updates and other technical & public outreach projects, some of which have an educational & STEM focus. James Burk will present on the current state of these projects and explore volunteer opportunities. No previous experience necessary and all skill levels are welcome. We need help with many different things! You can also just come to listen and network with other like-minded people. This is a great small group with opportunties to work on projects that can advance your career skills, and to get volunteer experience with an established non-profit organization with a great mission -- getting public support to send people to Mars!

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  • National Space Society Seattle Monthly Meeting

    Museum of Flight

    The National Space Society Seattle holds a joint monthly meeting, which has been going for over 20 years, every 2nd Sunday of the month, starting at 7pm. The meeting brings together all the local space enthusiasts and activites to meet and share ideas. There is typically one or more featured speakers at the meeting. Free snacks and soft drinks are provided. There is no charge to attend this meeting and everybody from the public is welcome. You can find us in the Red Barn Classroom, which is in the basement of the museum. Take the elevator across from the information desk and follow the hallway to the classroom.

  • The Economics of Mars: A Fireside Chat with Sean McClinton, Space Entrepreneurs

    ** RSVP required at: https://www.meetup.com/spaceentrepreneurs/events/256771491/ Join James Burk, Seattle Chapter Organizer & IT Director for the Mars Society, and Sean McClinton, President of the Space Entrepreneurs, for a "Fireside Chat" on the Economics of Mars. Interest in Mars has steadily grown in the past few years, and with the recent successful landing of Insight, it's a great time to think about what, if any, commercial opportunities may exist relating to the Red Planet today and discuss the opportunities to build careers, start businesses, and discuss progress that's being made and planned with Mars. We'll start with networking, followed by the Fireside Chat, then have plenty of time for Q & A, and end with additional networking at the end. Dessert and coffee will be provided. Come join us for this exciting look forward to Mars! About James Burk James Burk is a technology industry manager, software developer, and engineering project manager. Formerly with Microsoft, James has worked for over 20 years on Agile software development projects, and has led teams to create many different types of large & scalable software solutions. James is on the Steering Committee of the Mars Society and also its IT Director and Seattle Chapter Organizer. In his capacity with the organization, James is responsible for keeping all of the Mars Society's public outreach websites and social media channels modern, relevant, and effective. James also leads the MarsVR Program, which creates open source Virtual Reality tools to support our analog research program and to better tell the story of the human exploration and settlement of Mars to the younger generations. About Sean McClinton Sean is the leader of the Seattle Space Entrepreneurs, a community of people trying to accomplish amazing things in space and have come together to support, inform, and partner with each other to help accomplish that. They aim to create a stronger space community and industry. The group holds a variety of events and meetups geared towards those interested in space. Sean is the Business Operations Manager at RBC Signals, a Seattle-area space startup making life better for people on Earth using data from space.

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