Space Settlement

Sacramento L5 Society

Helping Enthusiasts Build Space Settlements

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Ad Astra
To the Stars
The Sky is Not the Limit

SacL5 meets on Zoom, the 2nd Saturday 5pm each month, email Joe Bland for Zoom details.

 

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NASA – Flying Cars

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Alyssa Carson, Space Advocate

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What is a Lagrange Point?

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SacL5 Meeting 11/13/21

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2nd Saturday each month

5 to 7 pm

@

J P Aerospace

2530 Mercantile Drive

Rancho Cordova, CA 95724

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Ongoing Interests

NASA – Flying Cars

Advanced Air Mobility Mission Overview NASA’s vision for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Mission is to help emerging aviation markets to safely develop an air transportation

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SacL5 Meeting 11/13/21

Notes Breakfast on the Moon Apollo 17 49th Anniversary planned for 12/11/21 Christine Noemi will coordinate Chapter Report to NSS Due soon Ed working with

Read More »

Alyssa Carson, Space Advocate

From Wikipedia, Alyssa Carson In 2014, Carson was the first person to complete the “NASA Passport Program” visiting each of NASA’s fourteen visitor centers across nine states.

Read More »

What is a Lagrange Point?

What are they? Our Sacramento L5 Society is named for the Lagrange Point EML5. Just like the illustration above for the Sun Earth Lagrange Points

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TeamL5 Lunar Power Proposal

The TeamL5 herein proposes that Aggressively Collimated Technology (ACT) be developed to aid in the creation of a publicly-owned Lunar Power Utility (LPU). In Appendix

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SacL5 Zoom Meeting 10-Jul-21

Meets 2nd Saturday 5pm Pacific Time each month. Email Joseph Bland  for Zoom Details. Topics: Sierra Space  JP Aerospace, StarLink 42,000 Satellites in Equatorial Orbit

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Space X – ISS Docking Simulator

SPACEX – ISS Docking Simulator https://iss-sim.spacex.comThis simulator will familiarize you with the controls of the actual interface used by NASA Astronauts to manually pilot the SpaceX Dragon 2 vehicle to

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NSS India World Space Week In Progress!

The link of webinar for YouTube Live is: See List Of Events OrganizersAkhil –  https://www.linkedin.com/in/akhil-raj-kumar-kalapala/Krishna – https://www.linkedin.com/in/krishna-bhavana-sivaraju-514a68bb?trk=hp-identity-photo  

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The Sacramento L5 Society
meets
2nd Saturday of each month
5 to 7 pm
@
J P Aerospace
2530 Mercantile Drive
Rancho Cordova CA 95724

Mission

Why We Exist

Help enthusiasts find ways to contribute.

Provide sources of enabling training to facilitate engineering prototyping.

Establish a clearinghouse for the ongoing objective analysis of proposed space development technologies.

Vision

What We Do

Inspire collaboration among enthusiasts and groups who support and engineer practical, implementable, cost-effective paths to space settlement.

Coordinate engineering details to create sustainable space settlements.

Goals

Our Success

Consistent interaction among an ever growing number of enthusiasts.

Publish records of engineering successes and project achievements.