Add Awesome to Your Classroom

Posted: June 5, 2013 in Uncategorized
A traveling space suit exhibit is shown at a local venue. Credit: NASA

A traveling space suit exhibit is shown at a local venue. Credit: NASA

Would you like to engage the entire student body in one event? Contact NASA and request to borrow an exhibit.  Request can be made from the following Space and Research Centers:  

·         Johnson Space Center

·         Langley Research Center

·         Ames Research Center

·         Dryden Flight Research Center

·         Goddard Space Flight Center

·         Jet Propulsion Laboratory

·         Kennedy Space Center

·         Glenn Research Center

·         Marshall Space Flight Center

·         Stennis Space Center

Each center has a regional responsibility and offers a variety of exhibits to choose from. The program is a free service provided by the government and allows organization an opportunity to display authentic NASA artifacts for short term basis of up to 29 days or long term loans to learning institutions. Visit http://www.nasa.gov/about/exhibits/indexFeature-RequestExhibit.html to learn more about requesting exhibits and other educational resources available to both educators and students.

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