As mentioned in a previous article, I visited the Computer Museum of America ( www.computermuseumofamerica.org ) as a guest of S&T GeoTronics ( www.stgeotronics.com ), which had recently donated an Open DSKY replica to the Museum. This past Saturday, I returned to the Museum, this time bearing gifts. The Museum’s
The Apollo Education Experience Project is happy to offer a new incentive gift for donations to the Project’s GoFundMe campaign at https://www.gofundme.com/f/apollo-education-experience-project. S&T GeoTronics (www.stgeotronics.com), producer of the Open DSKY replica, and the Apollo Project together are proud to announce the release of a new, customized version of the software
I wanted to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landing in some meaningful way at some meaningful location. However, most of the events either cost an arm and a leg (such as the event at Kennedy Space Center in Florida) or involve significant travel (such as the
The Computer Museum of America in Roswell, Georgia, had a pre-launch celebration for donors and guests on July17, 2019. I was invited as the guest of S&T Geotronics, who had donated replicas of the Open DSKY and the Enigma to the museum. Since the public grand opening of the museum
Took my daughters down to Columbus, Georgia, to hear Apollo 13 astronaut Fred Haise give a talk about “Failure Is Not An Option” at Columbus State University and to visit the anniversary exhibits at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. While we were there I connected with Marc Tessier of S&T
The Apollo Education Experience Project’s GoFundMe page is now live! Please visit https://www.gofundme.com/apollo-education-experience-project to contribute to the project! Thank you in advance!