| 1.There was a place where folks could simulate landing the Space
Shuttle. This area was always busy.
|| 2. Here is a nice mockup of the Space Station. I am in the foreground
entering vital commands into the Space Station Information System.
Mark Leon is to my rear, striking a fetching pose!
|3. Dr. Rose Grymes coordiantes many of NASA's Life Science educational
activities. She is teaming with the K-12 Internet Initiative to offer
an Interactive project called Shuttle/MIR Online Resources for Education
(S/MORE). It is about biology experiments that happen from space.
For more information about all of our upcoming projects, visit our
home page at http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/interactive/index.html
||4. Here is the aeronautics booth with Lee Duke in the foreground.
The K-12 Internet Initiative is teaming with Lee to offer another
online project about a wierd solar-powered, remote controlled airplane
that will be used to observe the Earth. This plane is called Pathfinder
and although it has a 200 foot wingspan, it only weighs 400 pounds.
|5. Here is a group called RSPAC. They are also funded by IITA and
they offer some great online information. Check them out at http://www.rspac.ivv.nasa.gov/.