Design & Prototype

New projects for 2015-2016 HUNCH Design & Prototyping program are discussed in this PowerPoint.

Questions about Batteries on the ISS Batteries On Orbit

Questions about Magnets on the ISS Magnets On Orbit

Questions about Restrains and Mobility on the ISS this excellent document has some of the answers Restraint and Mobility Aids

 Below is detailed information about some of the Design and Prototyping projects listed in the above PowerPoint
 Please click Design and Prototype Project student template to download a student template that will help guide you through the Design and Prototyping project.  Some mentors may require you to complete this template.
 For an amazing look at the science off the sphere on the ISS please click HERE to visit with Astronaut Don Pettit as he shows us scientific experiments he does on the ISS.

Astronaut Shannon Walker and NASA Engineer Bruce Blazine inspect the HUNCH Galley Table after being designed, prototyped and built by high school HUNCH students as it is prepared for flight to the ISS.

Galley Table designed by HUNCH students and going to the ISS for the astronauts to use as a dining room table on station and the reverse side is a work area

Galley Table designed by HUNCH students and going to the ISS for the astronauts to use as a dining room table on station and the reverse side is a work area

Food Pantry System designed and prototyped by HUNCH students from Clear Creek High School and built by students from Oak Ridge High School are being prepared for flight to the ISS. A training set was also built that will be used in the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility.

Oak Ridge HUNCH students fabricated the Food Pantry Systems

Oak Ridge HUNCH students fabricated the Food Pantry Systems

Clear Creek HUNCH students in the training mockup facility they designed

Clear Creek HUNCH students holding their Food Pantry prototypes in the Node 1 mockup for a fit check.

TapeDispenser Poquoson High School, Poquoson, VA

TapeDispenser Poquoson High School, Poquoson, VA