Space Education Update

Lockheed Martin Partners With Bay Area Teachers to Inspire Future Generations of Scientists and Engineers

"Lockheed Martin is hosting 20 elementary school, middle school, and high school teachers over the summer as part of the company's on-going partnership with the Bay Area-based Industry Initiatives for Science and Math Education (IISME). The IISME organization works to foster a strong, highly skilled workforce in mathematics, science and technology."

Students Chosen as Cassini Scientists for a Day

"Four students have won the Cassini Scientist for a Day contest, with most choosing Rhea, Saturn's second-largest moon, as the best place for scientists to study using NASA's Cassini spacecraft."

Former NFL Player Ken Harvey Teams Up With Challenger Center and Richard Garriott

"Can you play sports in space? Challenger Center and Richard Garriott, the next civilian to fly into space, teams up with former NFL player and four time pro bowler, Ken Harvey and his company JAKA Consulting group to promote a series of fitness activities that students can do here on earth."

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