ATO #100 - March 9, 2000
I need help!!
We have experienced very low and non-attendance at chat sessions recently!
My strategy has been to find interesting volunteers who are willing to share their research for chats. I usually try to schedule them on Tuesdays at 10 AM Pacific, thinking this way both coasts can participate.
Obviously this isn't working for most folks. Can you let me know how I can make the opportunity to chat with Aerospace folks one that you can use?
In the meanwhile I urge you to attend some of these upcoming chats. We can guarantee your questions will be answered!
Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you!
QuestChats require pre-registration. Unless otherwise noted, registration is at: http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/aero/chats/#chatting Tuesday, March 14, 2000, 10 AM - 11 AM Pacific Aerospace Team Online QuestChat with Roxana Greenman Roxana Greenman is currently designing applications for aviation. She is developing computerized feedback systems which use artificial intelligence. The feedback systems will be used to provide information for aircraft autopilot systems. Read her bio at http://quest.nasa.gov/aero/team/greenman.html - - - - - - - Tuesday March 21, 2000, 9-10 AM PST Aerospace Team Online Regimes of Flight Chat with Leslie Ringo Leslie Ringo is one of the engineers responsible for ensuring the Vertical Motion Simulator responds exactly as a real aircraft would in the air. Read her bio at http://quest.nasa.gov/aero/team/ringo.html - - - - - - - Tuesday, March 28, 2000, 10-11 AM PST Aerospace Team Online QuestChat with Mary Reveley Mary works with a propulsion systems analysis group to determine how aircraft and engine designs will perform. Read her bio at http://quest.nasa.gov/aero/team/reveley.html
"Regimes of Flight" The new revised Regimes of Flight curriculum pdf files (Adobe Acrobat) are online now. Don't miss this supplemental guide for grades 4-8. The contents are great! Everything from Aircraft Trading Cards to Mach and Mile Mathematics with the X-15!! Learn about the speed of sound, the force of thrust, and how the first pilot broke the sound barrier. For more information see http://quest.nasa.gov/aero/events/regimes - - - - - - - Design a New Aircraft CONTEST!!!
[Editors note: Dr. Roxana Greenman is an aerospace engineer. She works with computers to improve flight. Read her bio at http://quest.nasa.gov/aero/team/greenman.html ]
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