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New Mexico Space Grant Consortium is supporting the Apollo Student Challenge, which provides an opportunity to middle and high school students to participate on hands-on application of current technology so that eventually they participate in the development of new technologies to study earth and beyond.
Teams that want to participate are required to be affiliated with an organization such as a school, library, museum, after school program, or club. The top team from each regional challenge hub will receive a trip to Johnson Space Center in August 2019. All organizations must register by March 31, 2019, to participate in ANGLeS, regardless of whether they intend to participate in a Regional Challenge Event. New Mexico State University is the host for the NM teams.
The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education and the Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Space Education announce Mission 14 to the International Space Station, a community engagement initiative in STEM. In each participating community, one proposed student experiment is selected to fly in low-Earth orbit on the space station. For an undergraduate community, it is expected that at least 30 students will be engaged. Interested communities must inquire about the program no later than April 26.
Inquiry deadline: May 17