NASA HUNCH Facilities

  • Kennedy Space Center
  • Johnson Space Center
  • These packages have been delivered to the ISS Program Office to provide privacy for astronauts while on the ISS.
  • Below are pictures of students at Johnson Space Center performing and documenting the assembly process on the HUNCH Galley Table. This table will provide ISS crew members with an advanced and improved system for dinning aboard the ISS. It will also provide a light utility work surface for special tasks and serve as a unique centerpiece for dinning and collaborating with our international partners aboard ISS. The Galley Table will be delivered to the ISS in early 2016.
  • George Kessler working on Galley Table at Clear Creek High School

    George Kessler working on Galley Table at Clear Creek High School

     

    Teacher Bill Gibbs working on galley table at Clear Creek High School

    Teacher Bill Gibbs working on galley table at Clear Creek High School

    Students pictured below at Clear Creek High School working on the development of and advanced attachment system intended for use with the HUNCH ISS Galley Table to secure the table to the ISS structure. The Double Ball Clamp Mechanism will provide a load alleviating / adjustable slip joint that will protect the ISS structure from any high structural loads possible induced by the crew.

    Students are seen here performing load testing of the development units and collecting test data. 

  • NASA HUNCH engineer George Kessler working with students on the Double Ball Clamp Mechanism

    NASA HUNCH engineer George Kessler working with students on the Double Ball Clamp Mechanism

    George Kessler working with students at Clear Creek High School

    George Kessler working with students at Clear Creek High School

  • Cypress Woods High School students with the galley table for the ISS

    Cypress Woods High School students with the galley table for the ISS

    The pictures below are of Warren Tech students and staff who machined a flight PCMX Double Locker for the ISS. The NASA project staff was so pleased with the hardware that they recently invited the team to sign the Flight Hardware prior to flight. We had the crew from Warren Tech out to JSC about a month ago to sign the hardware in the PCMX Lab and then took them on and extensive tour of JSC.

    This is another fantastic accomplishment and another first to have the project invite the team to sign Flight Hardware that will soon fly to the ISS.

    This hardware is currently in the PCMX lab for integration of the test bed.

  • Signed Hardware by Warren Tech ready for flight to the ISS
  • Warren Tech students, teacher, principal, and HUNCH mentor

    Warren Tech students, teacher, principal, and HUNCH mentor

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Warron Tech at JSC

    Warron Tech at JSC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Langley Research Center

Langley Research Center had a Design and Prototyping Review in February 2016.  Please click here to learn more about this very successful event.

  • Please click here to see a video of Langley Research Center partnering with Aviation Academy
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  • Glenn Research Center
Medina County Career Center students working on Front Frame of Single Storage Locker 2015

Medina County Career Center students working on Front Frame of Single Storage Locker 2015

 

 

Medina County Career Center's Front Frame of Single Storage Locker 2015

Medina County Career Center’s Front Frame of Single Storage Locker 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orleans-Niagara Career and Technical Center working on Single Stowage Locker Parts to go to the ISS

Orleans-Niagara Career and Technical Center working on Single Stowage Locker Parts to go to the ISS

Bedford High School Equipment to fabricate Single Stowage Lockers for ISS

Bedford High School Equipment to fabricate Single Stowage Lockers for ISS

Please click here to learn more about the Culinary Challenge at GSFC at York County School of Technology

Please click here to see a video about the culinary challenge at MSFC in February 2016

  • HUNCH projects on exhibit at MSFC

    HUNCH projects on exhibit at MSFC

    HUNCH Teachers getting VIP tour at MSFC

    HUNCH Teachers getting VIP tour at MSFC

    The Astronaut Training Facility at MSFC completely made by HUNCH students

    The Astronaut Training Facility at MSFC completely made by HUNCH students

     

    HUNCH students taking tour at MSFC

    HUNCH students taking tour at MSFC

    Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator visiting HUNCH projects at MSFC

    Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator visiting HUNCH projects at MSFC