Gloucester High School’s Liz Safranek (l to r) records the two students who constructed, assembled, and painted the three ISS Destiny Model cabinets (racks) at New Horizons Regional Education Center–Jeremiah Rosa-Peoples and Arthur Weiderman. Jeremiah and Arthur were interviewed for the HUNCH Project video documentary.
Dhyronn Goggins explains how he, Dr. Aaron Smith (Director), and their students captured and moved the HUNCH Project images and videos on the two monitors. This was very helpful for us. We have the exact same monitors and stands set up in the Gloucester High School Duke TV 47 Television Studio.
Dhyronn Goggins, Electronics Instructor, reviewed his students’ work on the 75″ vertical television monitor (l) and the 42″ touch screen computer monitor (r). We have the exact same monitors and stands. This helped us immensely at GHS.
This is a rear view of the racks. Each rack is 4′ wide. The first rack (l to r, rear) will house the 42″ touch screen computer monitor, the middle rack will house the 75″ vertical television monitor, and the last rack will simulate a sleeping quarters for the space station astronauts. Timothy Wood (l to r), Tammy Cottee, and Tim Extine are pleased with our progress to-date.