NASA’s Beginning Engineering, Science and Technology Workshop on July 30-31, 2009
Apollo 11 was the first manned mission to land on the moon in July 1969. Do you remember the excitement you felt hearing and seeing that happen? Now zoom forward to the present and imagine bringing that same excitement to your children or grandchildren. Today’s students will watch humans return to the moon and even be a part of a living and working community on the moon. NASA wants to inspire this generation to be the engineers and scientists that make lunar exploration a reality.
For two days, NASA invites you to be a part of a unique, interactive, hands-on workshop that will teach all generations how NASA plans to return to the moon. Come make lunar maps, build a satellite and program a rover. This promises to be a fun-filled learning experience for all.
This multi-generational, two-day workshop event will take place July 30-31, 2009, in Point Lookout, Maine. Explore together, learn together and inspire each other.
For more information, please contact Dr. Marci Delaney at marci.delaney(at)nasa.gov.