SSPI Mid-Atlantic will host a private tour of the National Electronics Museum in Linthicum Heights, Maryland. The Museum is dedicated to educating the public—especially S.T.E.M. students—on the rich history and evolving electronics technologies used to defend our country and the world.
The tour will focus on the newly-opened permanent exhibit: Satellites: Transforming Our Lives, which showcases how ingrained satellite technology is in our everyday lives, and what the future of satellites' impact could eventually be. It is one of many fascinating exhibits at this "hidden gem" of a museum in our area, which also offers a wide variety of galleries and interactive displays focused on the history and use of electronics in national defense (including radar, countermeasures, and technologies developed during the cold war).
The private event is on Sunday, October 22nd at 3:00 PM. Tickets are on sale now, but sales must close on October 16th to finalize our headcount and prepare for the Happy Hour/Reception afterward. SSPI Members pay $10; Non-members pay $20. College students are free!
Click here for tickets: https://sspi-midatlantic.silkstart.com/events/national-electronics-museum-tour
Learn more about the National Electronics Museum at http://www.nationalelectronicsmuseum.org