William Aberhart's Space Club is an opportunity for students to join a community of individuals interested in all things related to space sciences.  We cover topics as varied as astrophysics, aerodynamics, space news, space travel, and science fiction.  Space Club activities include (but are not limited to) viewing space related lectures, competitions in design & trivia, guest speakers, and group discussions on current space-related events and science fiction.  The Space Club's goal is to educate, connect, and entertain any and all students interested in space sciences as a hobby or career.

We meet Tuesday at noon in room 322.

All are welcome, just bring your interest!

NASA Space Club

William Aberhart's Space Club is an opportunity for students to join a community of individuals interested in all things related to space sciences.  We cover topics as varied as astrophysics, aerodynamics, space news, space travel, and science fiction.  Space Club activities include (but are not limited to) viewing space related lectures, competitions in design & trivia, guest speakers, and group discussions on current space-related events and science fiction.  The Space Club's goal is to educate, connect, and entertain any and all students interested in space sciences as a hobby or career.

We meet Tuesday at noon in room 322.

All are welcome, just bring your interest!

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