To celebrate World Space Week 2014, the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) proudly presents:
2014 AIAA Space & Sci-Fi Trivia Night
The United Nations declared World Space Week to celebrate space and commemorate the 1957 launch of Sputnik 1 and the 1967 signing of the Outer Space Treaty. 2014 also marks 50 years since the first flyby of Mars and the first multi-crew spaceflight, as well as 40 years since the first flybys of Venus and Mercury. We invite you to celebrate space and join us for a fun evening at the AIAA Space & Sci-Fi Trivia Night. Bring a team or join a team on the night. Teams of up to 6 persons will compete for some great prizes!
There will also be an optional Space & Sci-Fi themed fancy dress competition this year with prizes for the best dressed individual and group. Show up as the crew from a famous sci-fi show or as a swashbuckling character from sci-fi pop culture.
The Fellows a la carte dinners and snacks are available until 8pm with a licensed bar and barista services open until late. Food and drinks are at your own cost.
Places are strictly limited so register now!
Date: Wednesday 8 October 2014
Time: 6:00pm till 9:00pm
Location: Fellows Bar & Café, ANU University House, Balmain Place, Acton, ACT
Cost: $7 per person for AIAA members, $10 per person for non-AIAA members
Tickets: Go to www.aiaa2014spacetrivia.eventbrite.com.au to secure your ticket and register your team.
Registration is essential. AIAA members, families, friends and the general public are all very welcome.
A map of the Fellows Bar at ANU can be found on the EventBrite page. Parking is available at various locations around the university campus.
This event is also supported by the ANU Fellows Bar & Café and World Space Week 2014.
Please note: The chief judge for this event is the Chair, AIAA Sydney Section, or his appointed delegate. In purchasing tickets to participate in this event, all individuals agree to abide by any decision made by the chief judge to conduct this event. The inappropriate use of mobile phones or other electronic devices may result in disqualification.
For information about the AIAA Sydney Section visit www.aiaasydneysection.org
For information about World Space Week visit www.worldspaceweek.org
For information about the ANU’s Fellows Bar & Cafe visit www.anu.au/unihouse/fellows