The Nasa-sponsored workshop sends student-designed experiments on suborbital trajectories.Read More
After their summer vacation six students from Ocean City High School will watch their experiment travel to the International Space Station. Thanks to the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, the six girls will study how the E. coli bacteria grows on lettuce while in microgravity - an important consideration for astronauts on future space stations, Moon bases, and Mars missions who will need to grow their own food. Getting food poisoning on Earth is one thing. In space…. The Press of Atlantic City interviewed the students and teachers who explained how they developed their application and how the experiment will work.
Spoiler: no astronauts will be harmed in the course of this experiment.
ET, short for evapotranspiration, measures the water heading in the opposite direction of the rain. Short for evapotranspiration, ET measures the water heading in the opposite direction of rain and gives weather professionals a better view of the water cycle.Read More
Alabama’s Redstone Rocket wrote about the local middle and high school students who went to the Team America Rocketry Challenge in May. The Falcon Rocketeers finished 22nd in a field of 100 teams. The article writes about how the students used software simulations to design their rocket and ensure that it would meet the contest’s performance goals.