Meeting Call: Sacramento L5 Society, Local Chapter, National Space Society
Where: Virtual presence only, via Zoom
When: Saturday, November 11th, 2022, 5:00-7:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
•These meetings are recorded.
•Folks will be asked to briefly share their video, and phone callers asked to identify themselves.
•We use the “waiting room” format. If I keep you waiting, call me and bawl me out! 916-429-6252
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Meeting ID: 868 9868 4719
5:00-5:10 Begin regular meeting: Margin for everyone to arrive/greeting of new members.
5:10-6:00 Updates/general chapter business:
•President’s & Treasurer’s report. (Joe Bland, Ed Kulis)
•Update on SacL5 website (Ed Kulis)
•Update on NSS Chapters’ Assembly (CA) and CA chapter resources subcommittee. (Jan Roston, Kris Cerone)
•Update on JP Aerospace. (Paul Turner, Jan Roston)• Update on Eric’s steam engine (Eric James)
• Update on “Watts On The Moon, Phase 2, stage 2” NASA application (Joe Bland)
•Update on SacL5/JP Aerospace “prize”(Ed Kulis, Paul Turner, Eric James, Kris Cerone)
•Discussion on SacL5 physical meeting startup date
6:45 Begin SacL5 Writers Group meeting (Paul Turner)
7:30 Adjourn SacL5 Writers Group meeting.
See everyone this Saturday (tomorrow) at 5:00 PM!
7482 Greenhaven Drive
Sacramento, CA 95831
- Sacl5 Meetings
- ? Return to Physical
- SacL5 Outreach – Balloon Flight Proposal
- 2x2x2″ Mini cubes available and we can fund about 14 of them.
- Ed and Paul will workup final draft for teacher discussions
- SacL5 Web Site Traffic
- The Last Breakfast
- Paul Turner’s New Book
- Quest for Sylvane to buy: Amazon.com Services LLC. To learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BFK3R5JK/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_4GW4RK0NG26WJWD29GYA
- JP Aerospace
- Breakfast on the Moon Apollo 17
- Saturday morning, 7am PT start December 10, 2022. 8pm in India.
- Overview: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_17
- Moonfall – Leave your physics back at home but if you like a series of mostly predictable travails to reflect dim light on your popcorn then go for it.
- Start Trek: Strange New Worlds – “Quality of Mercy” – Last episode of Season 1. Rich characters, deep references, thoughtful reflection on what qualities are mercy
- The Orville: New Horizons – Comedy but good
- Star Trek: Discovery – No universe too big to save and of course, need to save all multi-verses through all time…
- Severance – Hmm…, might that enthusiasm for work, plaques, and quarterly pizza parties really be for someone else?