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D. Ripollone is a STAR member of the Discovery Educator Network

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Entries Tagged as 'NASA explorer schools Teacher Workshop Laser Research Cardinal Gibbons High School'

And so it Ends…Last Day of Langley

July 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Labs, NASA, NASA explorers school, STEM, Teacher Ideas, Uncategorized

By the time we had reached Thursday, the group had agreed that we had obtained tons of information for the classroom. Our final day was no different. At the beginning of the day we took a tour of the Hangar on base. Any aircraft used in research were housed here.   Once we completed this […]

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Day Two: Wind, Lasers and all sorts of “stuff”

June 30th, 2013 · No Comments · Labs, NASA, NASA explorers school, Project, STEM, Teacher Ideas

  On the second day of our experience we were treated to a variety of  projects. Our day started out with an introduction to IRVE. The project has progressed in stages. Currently they are working on IRVE-4. IRVE-3 was launched in 2012 and a success. The whole experiment was based on an inflatable heat shield. […]

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LASERS and NASA: NES Experience Day One

June 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Labs, NASA, NASA explorers school, Project, STEM, Teacher Ideas

  First day of our summer NES experience was a day of introductions. We met our lead person at Langley Research Center. Byron Meadows, an engineer turned project leader. He was awesome and discussed different components of a project he was working on for NASA. Project ACENDS (ASCENDS : Active Sensing of CO2 Emissions over […]

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