Hawai`i Space Society

E `a`a `ia makou e ho`okele hou,

`A`ohe halawai ma`o oa aku.

(We are challenged to sail once again,

No horizon is too distant.)
Welcome to the Hawai`i Space Society Home Page

A chapter of the National Space Society, the Hawai`i Space Society is one of over 75 chapters comprising an international organization of more than 24,000 members.

The Hawai`i Space Society cosponsors the monthly Hawai`i Space Lecture Series and is very active in support of the annual (July 16th to 24th) observance and celebration of the Apollo 11 mission to first land humans on the Moon.

Check back to this page often for more information concerning the Hawai`i Space Society and our sponsored events and programs.

We usually hold our meetings and presentations at the

NASA Pacific Regional Planetary Data Center
Pacific Ocean Science and Technology (POST) Building
Rm.544
University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai`i

 Hawai`i Space Lecture Series

CloseLinks:

 Hawai`i in Space
 Hawai`i Space Lecture Series
 The Apollo Society
 National Space Society

For more information regarding the Hawai`i Space Society, please contact:

Gregory Smith via email at:
 capcom@apollo-society.org

Hawai`i Space Society Contact Person

or write to:

Hawai`i Space Society
P.O. Box 61206
Honolulu, Hawai`i 96839-1206


The Hawai`i Space Society is a chapter of the National Space Society, a non-profit educational organization.
(C)1995 - 2003 Hawai`i Space Society. All rights reserved.

The Hawai`i Space Society Home Page is hosted by:
 The Apollo Society

This page is authored and maintained by:

Gregory A. Smith
President, The Apollo Society