Posted by: D. Rand | March 16, 2009

Microgravity! EHGEMS Family Science Day on March 21st, 2-4pm

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You are invited to attend an exciting Microgravity Day at the EHGEMS Family Science Day on March 21, 2009, 2-4pm,

We will highlight the work of our students in grades four through twelve on our NASA experiment. We will have never before seen video and photos taken inside the Zero G plane!

There will be exciting events for all ages!

  • Defy gravity- Can you drop an egg from the ceiling of the gym without breaking?
  • Can you launch a rocket and hit the moon?
  • Can you build an lander to safely land astronauts on the moon?
  • Build a model of the Aires rocket and Orion space vehicle!
  • Learn how our fourth graders are raising and releasing Brown Trout into the Blackledge River.
  • Bring home free NASA stuff and learn how to see the International Space Station from your backyard!
  • Buy books from the book fair!
  • If it is sunny, you may be able to look safely at an image of the sun and look for sunspots.
  • We will have a video of the recent Shuttle launch and video of life inside the Space Station!

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