LEESBURG, Virginia, Dec. 11, 2019 – Blue Origin’s New Shepard launch from the West Texas desert this morning marked its 9th payload mission including access to space for several student designed research projects. The December 11th launch, New Shepard’s 12th flight (NS-12), hosted an art in space project created by participants of nonprofit Higher Orbits’ Go For Launch! educational experience that uses space to promote science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) education
Press Release – HIGHER ORBITS STUDENT EXPERIMENT LAUNCH ABOARD SUGARHOUSE AEROSPACE INAUGURAL SUBORBITAL FLIGHT
LEESBURG, Virginia, November 29, 2019 – Sugarhouse Aerospace’s inaugural suborbital launch from Spaceport America in Sierra County, New Mexico, hosts many firsts, including educaonal endeavors created by high school students, seng the tone for a new private space movement.
Go For Launch! is a multiday program that uses space exploration as a platform to launch student involvement in the STEM and STEAM (STEM plus art) fields. Presented by Higher Orbits, members of this group travel around our country offering students in grades eight through 12 an opportunity to create science experiments that have a chance of being launched to the International Space Station. Winners at each regional competition compete nationally for this honor. Multiday camps are sponsored locally for these competitions.
JOHNSBURG – Michelle Lucas has been in love with space since she was a little girl. She knew she wanted to work in the space industry, and through hard work and determination, she was able to.
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