Aerospace Christchurch holds regular Meet Ups for the community to meet and hear the latest news and research in the industry
Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch attending an Aerospace Christchurch event
Megan Woods, NZ Minister of Research, Science and Innovation attends an Aerospace Christchurch event
Aerospace Christchurch Meet Ups feature guest speakers from different areas of the aerospace industry with a different theme at each event
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Next Aerospace Meet Up
Aerospace Christchurch Meet Up #20: The Roaring Twenties
NEW DATE: Monday 27 September 2021 / Ara Institute of Canterbury – City Campus
With incredible aerospace potential to be found right here in New Zealand, hear from local innovators
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Save The Date – Upcoming Meet Ups and Events
Monday 27th September at 5pm / Ara Institute of Canterbury – City Campus – Meet Up #20: The Roaring Twenties
Wednesday 6th October at 8pm / R. F. Joyce Observatory – Aerospace with the Stars
Monday 1st November at 8am / Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre – New Zealand Aerospace Summit
Tuesday 30th November at 5pm / Ara Institute of Canterbury – City Campus – Meet Up #21
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September 15, 2021
September 15, 2021 –
Space Chronicle Editor Dave Shayler examines the rich resources of the Society archives, outlines future plans for the new-look magazine and recalls his own personal capture of special moments in space history, in print.
He will cover the background to Space Chronicle, the reasoning behind the changes and current features, and the plans to expand the publication. He will look at the development of the BIS Library and Archives, the Russian-Chinese Forum and the research opportunities at the BIS [COVID rules applied of course]
Finally, he will present a selection of his efforts in converting ideas into books using the BIS archives, personal research, tours and interviews, and will show how ‘digging in the dust’ of old archives can reveal some amazing, interesting, and important facts.
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“Christchurch is an ideal place to base our operations because it is a good location for flight testing, has less air traffic and relatively stable weather.”
Stefan Powell, Co-Founder and CTO, Dawn Aerospace