Teaching Science During the Eclipse

Many parents and teachers are excited about the opportunity for teaching science during the eclipse on August 21.  The path of the solar eclipse will cross the entire United States, and many areas will see totality.  Other areas will experience a partial eclipse, but...

Meeting an Astronaut at Summer Camp

One of the fun things at the recent Go Launch! camp for students was meeting an astronaut at summer camp. The three day camp held at Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala, Ohio gave high school students the opportunity to work closely with a NASA astronaut,...

Middle Schoolers Study the Cosmos Over Summer

Middle school students study the cosmos over the summer, and just in time to save the earth from a giant comet threatening mankind’s existence. To save the world, the students have to program two small satellites to deflect a simulated asteroid in 210 minutes. ...

Science Experiment That Will Lift-Off into Space

A group of STEM Academy students have developed a science experiment that will lift-off in to space aboard the Orbital Sciences Cygnus spacecraft on Dec. 15. A group of eight students started the science project last year. Now as sophomores, they will observe the...