American students get ready for Team America Rocketry Challenge

American students get ready for Team America Rocketry Challenge

Registration for next year's Team America Rocketry Challenge opened yesterday. More than 5,000 middle and high school students across the United States and its territories will compete to launch model rockets at the national finals - and represent America in international competition.

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Amateur Space Weekly - January 18

This week's review of news from the world of amateur space exploration includes kids building hardware for Nasa, student science projects heading to orbit, crowdsourcing better weather forecasts, using balloons to look down on meteor showers, and amateur astronomy in Afghanistan.

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Amateur Space Weekly - October 10

Nasa wants public participation, Denmark's student-built satellite and a Native American-built satellite enter orbit, a new suborbital spaceflight simulator, crowdsourcing hurricane observations and more in this week's recap.

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The Week in Amateur Space Exploration - February 20

The Week in Amateur Space Exploration - February 20

Amateur images of Mars spark professional research, students and teachers conduct galactic research, crowdsourcing 1,230 public reports of earthquakes, teenagers' microgravity research, and amateur rocket projects are just some of the week's news in amateur space exploration.

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Amateur Space News May 8, 2014

A cluster of STEM education articles (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) in today’s headlines. Also an undergraduate high-altitude balloon project, Americans’ mixed opinions on space exploration, British radio amateurs thanked by Nasa, the challenges of crowdsourcing search-and-rescue as well as satellite-building, and the daily round of articles about Mars One.

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Amateur Space News April 17, 2014

News today about some of the teachers who will conduct research on Nasa’s 747-based flying observatory, a new press release from CosmoQuest, and a Near Space flight for a college mascot.

 

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