Monthly Archives: April 2011

#Nasatweetup

What if you come for a shuttle launch and the shuttle doesn’t launch? A waste of time? Hardly. My trip made people where I’m from more aware of the what school could become. Our local paper did a short article, … Continue reading

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Link To High Hopes 2 Project

If you ended up here to leave your “High Hope” for the world to go up over 100,000 feet on a high altitude balloon. CLICK HERE. To see video of last year’s launch CLICK HERE. (note this video is yet … Continue reading

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On My Way – NASA Tweetup/sts-134-launch

I’m writing quickly from the airport in Salt Lake City, Utah. I’m soon to catch the second in a trilogy of flights that will end in Orlando, Florida, at 6:00am Thursday morning (how much sleep will I get???), and from … Continue reading

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High Hopes Balloon Project 2

Next Wednesday, May 4, 2011, my students will be part of a 3 balloon launch from 2 elementary schools. The photo above was taken from about 107,000 feet a year ago during our last launch. Like last year, along with … Continue reading

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My Space Shuttle Endeavour Launch Adventure UPDATE

Not that I didn’t know what I was getting into. I mean everyone, um … most people, uh … many of us know that any kind of space mission is at the mercy of the weather, technical issues, and more – and … Continue reading

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