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2010 Space Academy Educators & Students Have a Successful Mission
INSPIRE with its partners Washington Space Business Roundtable, US Space & Rocket Center and Marshall Space Flight Center sent DC educators and administrators to Space Academy in August 2010. The participants not only had a blast but have new resources to attract students to STEM areas to ensure the next generations of space science and technology explorers!
This year, INSPIRE with its partners also sponsored students to experience Space Academy, an action packed 6-day program for students from around the world to come and participate in intensive classroom, laboratory and training time, focusing on space science and space exploration. The Space Academy experience encourages teamwork, problem solving, communication skills and self-confidence. Students take part in astronaut-style training and simulations, as well as STEM activities to ensure our next generations of space science and technology explorers!
The INSPIRE Project Featured on NASA/Discovery Now Radio
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The INSPIRE segment explores the sounds of lightning. Discovery Now is a daily 90-second radio show that airs segments exploring how scientific and technological developments are impacting our world. The show features highlights in aeronautics and astronautics technology, science, history, innovations, research, and inventions from the aerospace industry, worldwide.
To learn more about NASA/Discovery Now Radio, visit: DiscoveryNow.us
|The INSPIRE Project, Inc is a non-profit scientific educational corporation that provides engaging opportunities for students
to observe naturally occurred Very Low Frequency (VLF) waves generated by lightning and in the process gain hands-on, real world experience in science and electronics. It seeks to enhance educators knowledge of atmospheric and space science
to encourage our next generation of scientists. INSPIRE’s educational platform serves a wide range of science, technology,
engineering and math (STEM) topics and programs.
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