The Billings Gazette in Billings, Montana had an article about the Algae Growth and Remediation (AGAR) team’s work to send its experiment to the ISS. The link to this article is here.
During a ceremony at Oak Ridge High School, Johnson Space Center officials presented the HUNCH team with one of their cargo transfer bags that carried supplies to the International Space Station (ISS) and was sent back.
For more information, visit Oak Ridge Receives Cargo Transfer Bag
Cold Stowage Straps made by Madison High School in Houston, TX (link to Power Point presentation)
The High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH) program is having its annual Recognition Ceremony on Saturday April 6 from 2:00 – 5:00 PM CT, at the Gilruth Center off of Space Center Boulevard next to Johnson Space Center. The public is invited to join NASA in recognizing the significant contributions of training hardware, softgoods, prototyping, and microgravity experiments that this year’s more than 600 HUNCH students have fabricated.
Eight high schools from six different states are participating in the High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH) Extreme Science Flight Week at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas on April 5-12, 2013. Sixty-four high school students will have the once in the life time experience to fly on the Zero Gravity plane with their microgravity experiments. Their experiments are designed, fabricated and documented by over 200 HUNCH students. HUNCH students’ experiments are proposed to go to the ISS in a 1 unit NanoLab.