Space Town Hall will be one year old in the World Space Week 2015!
Image Credit - NASA
The first ever Space Town Hall event was at World Space Week 2014 at Hub Westminster, London and we are going to have our one year old Space Town Hall event at World Space Week 2015 at Hub Westminster too!
Space Town Hall is a community programme for all space curious, enthusiasts and makers to come together, physically in London and earth-wide online.
Why Space Town Hall?
Citizen Inventor's space related activities has pre-date Space Town Hall where we have been to European Space Agency's Technology Center at Noordwijk and hanging out (G+) with NASA discussing about interplanetary internet. Space Town Hall was set up last year as a programme that is dedicated to space and space only matters. Space Town Hall is a community programme for all space curious, enthusiasts and makers to come together, physically in London and earth-wide online. Space is a borderless place and we want to see every citizen space project and authentic mission to be successful. Part of our goal is to help space projects to be discovered and to find their contributors - at our town hall events. The other part of our goal, is to learn and develop our space tech skills, regardless of background - at our co-learn events - where we hack our way to space! Not only that, we threw together a fete in the summer to have some fun and celebrated a great multidisciplinary mix that extends far and wide: the Galactic Fete!
Now, imagine we are all on the same spaceship.
What worked well for you last year? What else would you want to see happening? Tell us:
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Pssst, want to be part of our crew and fly this space-ship with us?
Here's our new logo!
Having stumble on @cleversomeday's super neat blog on creating fonts using Inkscape (the free alternative of Adobe Illustrator), Steph had a go at creating Space Town Hall font. It's a minimally viable font... ahem, the font was enough to type SPACE TOWN HALL and no more (if anyone is interested in completing the font, get in touch). What else to do but to apply the new learning to our shared journey to space?