Kumar Parvez is presenting lectures on space and flight at EMCS.

Space and flight lectures

Local expert talks about aviation and aerodynamics in our daily life

If you are a white-knuckled passenger who can’t wait to get off the plane and kiss the ground on landing, or are just intrigued or fascinated by flight and aviation in general, this is a series of non-technical and informal Lectures which you will enjoy.

Four lectures will include images and video clips to illustrate the topics being discussed.

“Fasten Your Seatbelts!” – A brief glimpse into the world of aviation and aerodynamics. September 26, at EMCS 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

This talk will give the attendees an insight as to how aerodynamics effects our daily lives.

The presentation is a basic, and non-technical, introduction to aerodynamics, and the various laws of physics and motion which illustrate how an aircraft flies and is controlled.  ners will also be examined.

Register by calling the program office at 250-642-6371

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