Affinity communities are groups of alumni, students and friends of the university who are drawn together based on common interests and shared experiences. The Aerospace community is meant for engineers and persons who work in some kind of setting with aeronautic matters, or are considering entering a aeronautic field. Events and gatherings are meant for networking and engaging in conversation centered around the aerospace profession.
Engineer's Week Workshop - Dr. John Mather
Speed Networking at the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
A Better Way to Get There: Engineering Transportation
Hidden Figures: More Than Just Numbers
You CAN Fly - Indoor Skydiving Experience
NASA's Asteroid Sample Return Mission - Meet the Stars...
Rock Climb, Network, Eat & Drink! With JHU Alumni Affinities
Science and Science Fiction Meet: The Martian Movie Watch
Rock Climb, Network, Eat & Drink!
Laser Communication from the Moon: A Lecture about the Success of the LLCD Experiment" featuring Dr. Donald Cornwell
Aerospace Industry Event
JHU Aerospace Affinity Gathering
Did you see this?
- Rocket Man - Alumnus Reid Wiseman is aboard the International Space Station
- Interview with Mike Pryzby
Johns Hopkins University's Aerospace Affinity group member Michael Pryzby ('09) speaks about his career and involvement in the Affinity Groups and Communities.
- NASA's Latest Space Technology Small Satelite Phones Home
NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer mission update
- China's first moon lander may pose a problem for NASA lunar dust mission
China's mission to robotically land on the moon next month is sure to stir up
lunar dust, but it may also cause a political dustup, too.
- JHU student built rocket blasts off on mission to analyze ISON
FORTIS instrument collected data on comet's composition
- NASA, Hubble & Outer Space: The Art Of Astronomy
An exploration of how images of space are created and used in everything from scientific study to pop culture.
- Giant digital camera probes cosmic 'dark energy'
With the whir of a giant digital camera, the biggest mystery in the universe is about to become a bit less mysterious.
- DARPA Phoenix
A depiction of how a retired satellite's still usable antenna might one day be salvaged and turned into a new space asset.
- Voyager 1
According to scientists, NASA's Voyager 1 has left our solar system.
- Johns Hopkins astronomer awarded $9.5M to create "virtual telescope"