We're intensely interested in all aspects of manned and unmanned space exploration—past, present, and future. We like space hardware, rocket science, lunar geology, astronaut biographies, NASA culture, Space Camp, LEGO Saturn V models, the Voyager program (V'Ger for you trekkies), Gene Kranz's vest collection, the Space Shuttle Haynes Manual, modern commercial space operations (e.g., SpaceX, Blue Origin, etc.), and everything in-between.
(I've been informed that if you can name all seven Mercury astronauts—in the order they flew—you are legally obligated under the Ohio Revised Code to attend. I don't know about Indiana or Kentucky law. I may have made this up.)
Space Nerds is intended to be a very informal—and primarily social—group. We'll get together a couple of times a month to talk space, watch a documentary or two, review a good space-related book, or maybe just share a meal and some nerd camaraderie (of which there's never enough).