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STEM Ed Announcement: Student Experiments on International Space Station



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 Contact information is below.
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 SUBJECT: (G5-12) STEM Opportunity - Student Experiments on Int'l Space
 Station, Final Call for Feb 2016
 
 November 20, 2015   
 
 U.S. National Model STEM Education Program Opportunity   
 
 Announcing the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Twelfth
 Flight
 Opportunity - SSEP Mission 10 to the International Space Station,
 Starting February 22, 2016     
 
 
 Summary: opportunity for a school district, even an individual large
 school, to engage typically 300 (grade 5-12) students in real
 microgravity experiment design (design of experiments for a
 'weightless' environment) with one
 experiment in each participating district selected to fly to the
 International Space Station (ISS). SSEP provides STEM Project-Based
 Learning through immersion in an authentic research experience.
 
 Inquiry Deadline: December 11, 2015
 
 Contact: Dr. Jeff Goldstein, 301-395-0770, jeffgoldstein@ncesse.org
 

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