Georgia Tech is home to many great clubs, organizations, and opportunities for students who are interested in space technology and research. From the Ramblin Rocket Club to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, check out some of the ways you can get involved here.
|The ExplOrigins Group is an interest and discussion group with a goal to bring together young researchers with a needfully diverse set of backgrounds to discuss and explore all variety of recent topics pertaining to the Origins and Evolution of Life, the Exploration of our Solar System, and the Search for Habitable Planets Beyond Earth.|
|“The Ramblin’ Rocket Club (NAR Section 701 – GTRC) is one of the biggest student-led organizations in Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering.” Members have worked “on a diverse set of projects, ranging from competitive rocketry to high altitude ballooning (HAB) for cube-satellite research.” Click here to learn more.|
|“The Yellow Jacket Space Program is a fully student-driven program that is redefining what it means to be a Yellow Jacket. Our mission is to be the first collegiate team to send a liquid-fuel vehicle past the Karman Line—the official ‘edge of space’ at an altitude of 100 km.” Click here to learn more.|
|“Promoting amateur astronomy on Tech’s campus and its neighborhood.” Past activities have included “visits to the Fernbank Planetarium, movies, solar observing, participating in local astronomy camping events, and hosting the Boy Scouts Astronomy Merit Badge Clinic.” Click here to learn more.|
|The Georgia Space Grant Consortium (GSGC) is a statewide network of academic, industry, and non-profit partners dedicated to maximize the number of Georgia students from all backgrounds who are well-prepared in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields and who are motivated to support space and aeronautics programs vital to this nation.|
|“Georgia Tech’s student chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) serves as a connection to the national aerospace professional organization. Events hosted by our organization are open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors and focus on enriching students’ understanding of and appreciation for the aerospace industry.”Click here to learn more.|
|“Our goal is to unite an interdisciplinary community of space enthusiasts at Georgia Tech, providing our members the tools they need to connect to the global space community, become involved with the NewSpace industry, and discuss the pressing issues in space today.” SEDS GT aims “to be the source of the ideas, inspiration, and community that will help you turn your interests into a future in space.” Click here to lean more.|