AACS Aerospace
Senior Members - 10/24/2017
AACS Aerospace would like to encourage our senior members to complete their Yeager Award. Earning this award simply requires reviewing some historical events in aerospace and taking a short quiz. It can all be done through eServices, and the quiz covers material that you're most likely already familiar with. Completion of this award greatly helps AACS stats, and earns you a ribbon for your effort.


Space Symposium - 4/14/2016
AACS Cadets had the pleasure of meeting Buzz Aldrin at this year's 31st Annual Space Symposium!



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Aerospace Current Events

Check out these new images from the dwarf planet Pluto; imaged for the very first time by the New Horizons spacecraft:


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Check out NASA's planned test for the new Orion space capsule:



This Month in Aerospace History

March 18, 1965:
While tethered to his spacecraft, cosmonaut Alexi Leonov became the first man to walk in space.

March 1979:
Voyagers 1 and 2 began transmitting images of Jupiter and it's moons.

March 6, 2009:
The NASA spacecraft Kepler was launched. Its mission is to search for planets outside our solar system, in a distant area of the Milky Way.

Credit: National Archives