I believe at some point in everyone’s life, a person stops and thinks about space, the infinite frontier. What else is out there? What is it like to be in zero gravity? There are so many questions that have been answered and so many that are still being researched.
With efforts to use the excitement of space exploration to get students interested in and involved with science, technology, engineering and mathematics, NASA has made a national effort to reach out to as many schools as they can and give students a hands on look at what working with them is like.
In this week’s video blog, we take a look at what leaders in Oklahoma are doing to help promote and educate people about the importance of STEM education.
On the Horizon: Space Day from Alisa Hines on Vimeo.
When I was a kid, I remember going to the movies to see Tom Hanks star in Apollo 13. I loved the rumble of the rocket as it took off into space and how everything floated around after the astronauts left the point of gravity. It all seemed fun and exciting, but I never really understood what all it took to get those three men to the moon, or at least around the moon, and back.
In Stillwater, Oklahoma, most people come for the school and Cowboy football. But most do not even know about the aerospace success that happens just off Highway 51. In today’s video blog, we take a look at how Frontier Electronics helps astronauts and pilots get the equipment they need in the skies and beyond.