The Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program at NASA's Johnson Space Center has in previous years partnered with the Teaching from Space office to provide a flight program opportunity to the K-12 education community. We are in the process of determining if this partnership will be available for the 2014 flight season. We will update this website when information becomes available.
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Microgravity eXperience Projects
|Institution||2013 Project Title|
|Team Kennedy, Hillsboro, MO||Absorbency of Liquids in Space|
|Prior Lake-Savage Middle Schools, Prior Lake, MN||Behavior of Acoustic Energy in MicroGravity|
|St. Joan of Arc School, Lisle, IL||Gravity's Affect on Magnets|
|Evansville Day School, Evansville, IN||Tornado Fluid Flow in Microgravity|
|Poinciana Elementary and Atlantic High School, Boynton Beach, FL||How Does Gravity Affect Convection?|
|Einstein Fellows, Arlington, VA||Gravity's Impact on Coacervate Formation|
|Riversink Elementary School, Crawfordville, FL||Wakulla Waters: A Liquid Investigation|
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