Ad Astra Kansas

Newsletters

Spring 2017urious Cam--Curiosity's ChemCam findings
  • The Ad Astra Kansas Foundation is co-recipient of science festival grant
  • TRAPPIST-1 Planetary Discoveries in the "Goldilocks" Zone presentation flyer
  • FROM the Editor
  • TRAPPIST-1 system is ultra cool and ultra complicated
  • KSU public lecture geared towards total eclipse / astrophotography
  • Astrobiology research at GSFC engages WSU physics major
  • Interstellar R & D

Winter 2016

  • NASA Design Build Fly exhibit to take off
  • University of Kansas graduate spends internship at NASA Ames
  • AAK Space Celebration was fun
  • Science museum ticket winners from AAK Space Celebration
  • Space exploration brings evolving questions

Fall 2016

  • Annual Ad Astra Kansas Day Space Celebration
  • Don't forget AmazonSmiles
  • Astronaut Scholarship awarded to two KU seniors
  • Interstellar R&D

Summer 2016

  • AKansas scientist to feature KEPLER at Galaxy Forum
  • Space travel opens new field of inquiry in genetics says KU prof
  • Support AAKF through the AmazonSmile program
  • K-State researchers invent, patent new type of laser
  • Smithsonian universe exhibit comes to southwest Kansas
  • Kansas students attend Honeywell space camp
  • Space education programs available for middle school teachers and students
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2016

  • Ad Astra Kansas Day calendar changes in 2016
  • PSU–GAO Observatory marks 20th anniversary
  • New Astra Kansas Foundation board member
  • Kansas Observatory Resources
  • KU student to study deep riddles at Fermilab
  • WSU is top in aerospace R&D funding
  • PSU teams com-pete in NASA rover challenge
  • Interstellar R & D

Fall 2015

  • Space enthusiasts flock to 2015 Galaxy Forum
  • Studying Earth rocks helps in search for life on Mars
  • NASA-inspired flagship program comes to Wichita magnet
  • Planetariums educate about the night sky
  • Randall Chambers Ad Astra Award winners
  • KU students receive Astronaut Scholarship Awards
  • Over 300 attend Ad Astra Kansas Day event
  • Researchers study Kansas weather
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2015 pdf

  • New Horizons ready for close encounter of the Pluto kind
  • Tombaugh remembered with New Horizons
  • 2015 Ad Astra Kansas Day will “Target Pluto
  • Students Cheer for Pluto as Kansas State Symbol
  • AAK Foundation welcomes new board member
  • KU physicists active in Large Hadron Collider restart
  • Wichitan “fixes stuff” on the ISS
  • KSGC funds enable education / research
  • Interstellar R & D
  • AAK Day flyer and information
  • Scientist to speak about interstellar travel

Fall 2014 pdf

  • KSU space biology research studies the immune system
  • Haskell Indian Nations University awarded NASA grant
  • High Altitude Balloon launches give students “aha” moments
  • Galaxy Forum journeys to the Moon, Mars and the stars
  • K-State researchers design wireless bio-sensor technology for space suits
  • Randall Chambers Ad Astra Kansas Award
  • Don’t forget the Dream Rocket Project
  • Researchers to gauge supernova disaster
  • NASA #SkyScience activity
  • NASA opens Mars science challenge to public
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2014 pdf

  • NASA astronaut Steve Hawley presents at Ad Astra Kansas Day
  • Valley Center H.S students send experiment to International Space Station
  • Ad Astra Kansas Foundation adds new board member
  • Native American astronomy at AAK Day
  • State Science Olympiad teams excel
  • KU students team to work on technology
  • Cosmosphere mockup to be on Discovery Channel
  • Interstellar R & D

Fall 2013 pdf

  • Dream Rocket Project melds art, science and visions for the future
  • Fifth Galaxy Forum Kansas gives educators cutting edge information
  • KU grad student to study polar ice
  • Galaxy Forum websites
  • Summer intern writes computer code at JPL
  • Kansas BEST Robotics 2013
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2013 pdf

  • Ad Astra Kansas Day travels from Earth to the Van Allen Belt to Curiosity to Voyager
  • Kansan discovers asteroids to rival Russian one
  • Meet Our Board
  • KU researchers seen on Weather Channel series “Forecasting the End”
  • Cosmic ray observatory provides hands-on experience for WSU senior
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall 2012 pdf

  • KU scientist receives grant to study complexity of the universe
  • Astronaut health technology research may have uses both in space and here on Earth
  • Meet our Board
  • Galaxy Forum shines
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day 2012 photos
  • Higgs boson discovery exciting
  • Mars rover name came from Kansas student
  • Randall Chambers  AAK Engineering Award
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring 2012 pdf

  • Ad Astra Kansas Initiative Foundation Board named
  • Voyagers’ Kansas ties continue after 35 years
  • Cosmosphere celebrating 50th anniversary
  • Meet our Board members
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day 2012
  • Teacher workshop opportunity
  • SCIENCE in KANSAS--150 Years and Counting roster
  • Interstellar R & D

Fall 2011 pdf

  • Ad Astra Kansas meeting to found new organization
  • NASA composites grant awarded
  • Looking for salty Martians
  • First stage of Auger North Cosmic Ray Observatory (photo)
  • Topeka Highland launches robotics
  • Kansas NASA space science student ambassador speaks from experience
  • One year into NASA / KSU space fitness research
  • Land of Oz Observatory update
  • Kansas R & D
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2011 pdf

  • Governor's proclamation of Ad Astra Kansas Day to celebrate science in Kansas
  • Sesquicentennial prompts recognition of science legacy
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day Space Celebration
  • Presentation on possible Kansas observatory to be given in Topeka
  • Sticking power: New patented adhesive could find place in space
  • What's your Kansas Science-Q?
  • Kansas Science Olympiad held April 2
  • Kansas R &D
  • Interstellar R & D

Fall 2010 pdf

  • Observatory is possible in Kansas
  • Ad Astra to recognize150 years of science achievement
  • KSU studying astronaut physical requirements
  • Randall Chambers Award
  • Three Kansans to JSC
  • Galaxy Forum goes cosmic
  • KU telemetry projects
  • WU near space balloon launch
  • Kansas Science Olympiad held April 2
  • Kansas R &D
  • Interstellar R & D

Spring 2010 pdf

  • NanoScale Corporation working on space projects and more
  • Washburn doing NASA study on gamma ray effects
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day 2010 Governor's proclamation
  • Upcoming Ad Astra Kansas Day Space Celebration in Topeka
    --in honor of Hubble 20th anniversary
  • Kansas Academy of Math and Science aims at exceptional students
  • KU's Monarch Space Watch includes Kansas students
  • Cosmosphere celebrates Apollo 13 -- 40th anniversary
  • Kansas R & D listings
  • Interstellar R & D

Fall - 2009  pdf                                                                                                                                                                        

  • Galaxy Forum informs
  • Space physics on the radar at Fort Hays State
  • NASA awards $1.9 million to KU Center for polar studies 
  • NSF awards $20 million for Kansas energy and climate research 
  • Wichita is site of SAMPE conference
  • KCSC receives prestigious grant
  • R & D projects in Kansas  
  • Interstellar R & D  

Spring - 2009  pdf                                                                                                                                                                    

  • 2009 governor's proclamation of Ad Astra Kansas Day
  • UAS technology advancing in Kansas  
  • International physics convention to be at KSU 
  • Stellar activity thrives in Kansas 
  • Wichita aerospace magnets attract students
  • NSF STEM grant enables Pittsburg State engineering scholarships  
  • Outcomes from Kansas Space Initiative meeting (link) 
  • R & D projects in Kansas  
  • Interstellar R & D      

Fall - 2008 pdf

  • November meeting to explore Kansas space tech potential
  • NASA 50th...Lyons man’s helicopter retrieved Alan Shepard
  • Robots wow at ICRA
  • 2008 Kansas SMARTT Conference features Homer Hickam
  • Kansas Cosmosphere eyes podcasting
  • $2.9 million awarded for science education program
  • Student finalist in Discovery Channel 3-M Scientist Challenge
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2008 pdf

  • Think tiny Mars rovers
  • Hawley is homebound
  • National LDRS launch to be held in Argonia this summer
  • Chambers was a national treasure
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day observance planned
  • Wichita State ranks third in aerospace R & D
  • KU teams selected for NASA Microgravity University
  • Downlink connects fifth graders to astronauts
  • WSU students working at NASA Dryden
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2007 pdf

  • KU scientists theory sheds light on the cosmic effects on extinctions on Earth
  • Kansas has space for space industry
  • Pittsburg State: a moonbuggy master
  • Kansas space scientist addresses NASA
  • Robotics competitions foster scientific thinking
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2007 pdf

  • Governor's Proclamation
  • Team lights the way in NASA competition
  • Cosmosphere gains new president and more space
  • NASA training comes home with teachers
  • Kansas Day activities at the Capitol look to the stars
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2006 pdf

  • Mathematicians quantum gravity research may have interstellar applications
  • Pluto, we hardly knew ye
  • Liberty Bell 7 returns to Kansas for good
  • KSGC has new director, associate director
  • KCAE member to be honored
  • Kiowa County -- meteorite capital?
  • Topeka display marks Ad Astra Day
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2006 pdf

  • Astronomy and space physics research active in Kansas
  • Ad Astra display to be in capitol rotunda
  • Kansas observatories
  • "Getting off the Planet" chronicles behind-the-scenes research that went into the U.S. space program
  • Wellington Challenger Center continues education mission of astronauts
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2005 pdf

  • WSU friction-stir welding project has space applications
  • Topeka company is Kansas' newest NASA connection
  • Ad Astra Kansas Day event looks to the stars
  • NASA in Kansas is present at Kansas State Fair
  • Cosmosphere premieres "Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon"
  • Wichita middle school is Kansas NASA Explorer School
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2005 pdf

  • Kansas space future is topic of Ad Astra Day
  • Governor's Proclamation
  • Mars human factors in NASA's new space flight missions -- Part II
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2004 pdf

  • First Kansas satellite is ready to soar
  • Mars human factors in NASA's new space flight missions -- Part I
  • Kansans attend 2004 NASA academies
  • New staff member joins Ad Astra
  • Kansas 4-H does aerospace "fairly" well
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2004 pdf

  • Astronaut Steve Hawley to speak at second annual Ad Astra Day event
  • In astronaut training, most roads lead back to NASA
  • Kansas high schools earn FIRST robotic competition awards
  • Summer science opportunities abound at all levels
  • Ad Astra Per Aspera
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2003 pdf

  • Kansas flies high in remote sensing
  • Kansas team to fly on NASA KC-135 microgravity aircraft
  • So you want to be an astronaut?
  • NASA travel grants available
  • KSGC members/affiliates display at EAA AirVenture
  • Space flight notables present at Wichita Aviation Festival
  • Scientific role models needed
  • Gemini 6 and 10 in Hutchinson
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2003 pdf

  • Governor's Proclamation
  • Ad Astra Day proclaimed -- celebration event scheduled
  • Human factors engineering: Enhancing work efficiency and safety in space and on earth
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Fall - 2002 pdf

  • Why Kansas?
  • NASA headquarters comes to Kansas
  • Space serendipities and spinoffs -- opportunity knocks
  • BioServe seeks life science knowledge
  • R&D projects in Kansas
  • Interstellar R&D

Spring - 2002 pdf

  • Kansas has high hopes in 21st century
  • Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center has stellar mission
  • Space serendipities and spinoffs enhance life quality on earth
  • Interstellar R&D

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