HUNCH Extreme Science Program Procedures for 2013-2014 School Year
NEW a Complete Curriculum to guide your participation in the HUNCH Extreme Science (HEXS) Program
Please open and print The HUNCH Extreme Science Curriculum
To go to the Texas A& M NESI wiki page click here
NEW Calendar of events, video conferences, and deadlines for the NASA HUNCH Extreme Science Program
The NEW HUNCH Extreme Science Calendar
Click on this link to see a map of all the schools in HUNCH Extreme Science Program
To join the HUNCH Program
Write a proposal using the Statement of Work Form.
The Project Plan category is Microgravity Research if you want to join the Extreme Science HUNCH Program.
Submit your Statement of Work to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. However, you may email it to me at email@example.com first to review before you submit it. Please feel free to contact me at anytime. My job is to make this entire process easy for you from start to finish.
- Once you submit the application, we will notify you within 2 weeks to tell you of your status.
Timeline for HUNCH Extreme Science Program 2013
|Talent and Release Form||30|
|Abstract of Experiment||15|
|Working Ground Experiment||20|
|TEDP due to Mentor||27|
|TEDP and HA due to RGO||14|
|2 minute video||17|
|HUNCH Recognition Ceremony||5|
|Extreme Science Symposium||1|
Final summary reports of experiments that flew on the Zero-Gravity Plane in April, 2013 are below
Final summary reports of experiments that flew on the Zero-Gravity Plane in April, 2012 are below
Final summary reports of experiments that flew on the Zero-Gravity Plane in April, 2011
Cypress Woods High School at Cypress, TX: ROV Camera Platform
Watch a video of the Test Readiness Review (TRR) at Ellington Field on April 2012
HUNCH students present their Extreme Science experiments to engineers checking for the safety of the experiment to fly on the Zero G plane.