Eric Berger, Houston Chronicle Science Writer

March 06, 2015: Eric Berger, Houston Chronicle Science Writer

Novice Meeting: 6:30PM
Novice Meeting Topic: 
Milky Way
Novice Meeting Speaker: 
Bill Spizzirri
General Meeting: 7:15PM
General Meeting Topic: 
Adrift: Does America have a future in space?
General Meeting Speaker: 
Eric Berger, Houston Chronicle Science Writer
About the General Meeting Presentation

Eric Berger, Sci Guy

Over the course of 2014 science writer Eric Berger looked at NASA’s building of a big new rocket, the collapse of the Constellation program, Congressional infighting for funds, shifting priorities of successive White House administrations, the promise of private space companies and, ultimately, the fate of Houston as Space City. This presentation is about what he found.
 
Eric Berger is the science writer for the Houston Chronicle. For his coverage of Hurricane Ike the Chronicle was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2009. He would like to see humans on Mars in his lifetime.
 
At the Novice meeting: Bill Spizzirri  will be the speaker with a talk about the Milky Way galaxy.
Parking and Directions (View Map)

Meetings are held at the Trini Mendenhall Community Center, which is located at 1414 Wirt Rd, Houson, TX 77055.

PARKING INFORMATION: Free parking in the lot in front of the TMCC.


Map to Trini Mendenhall Community Center

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