• Interactive space-mission experience from New Mexico’s Spaceport America that gives students a seat in mission control!
    • Launch of tiny microchip-sized satellites called Sparks, that collect and transmit atmospheric data throughout the mission
    • Live broadcast with aerospace-related STEM learning activities and mission commentary
    • Students experience the mission real-time through an interactive web-based portal
        • 3D Earth display with visualization that shows each Spark’s trajectory and location
        • Data plots that allow students to investigate atmospheric properties such as temperature, pressure, and more
        • Spark leaderboard and detailed Spark information
        • Classrooms can interact with the mission team and other participating schools
  • Q&A session with a professional in the aerospace industry – NASA engineer, scientist, technician, public relations or one of the many other personnel critical to mission success
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MISSION: SubSpace in the Classroom

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