Access the latest mission [[#|forms]] and materials at our portaportal:

Mission Overviews

We have numerous resources to help you understand and explain the mission experience:

-our DVD [[#|details]] the mission experience- Request a copy or watch it on [[#|youtube]]: (it is a 7 minute video)

-description of scenarios and [[#|programs]] offered:

For K-5 Exploration Lab, please visit our portaportal:

-"Dear Parent" letter available at

-video clips detailing the impact of Challenger missions:
Challenger Alumni and NASA Engineer Meg Meehan
Challenger Learning Center alumni, Meg Meehan, now an engineer for NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center, discusses how Challenger Center impacted her choice to become an engineer and work for NASA.

Challenger [[#|Alumni]] and Flight Director Sawyer Rosenstein
15 year old Challenger Alumni and Flight Director Sawyer Rosenstein talks about how flying a Challenger Center mission encouraged him to consider pursuing science and engineering.

Quick, easy grants and funding ideas

Full Day Ideas (on and off-site)

Other On-site and Off-site [[#|programs]] led by Challenger Learning Center:

Activities Near Challenger:

General Resources

As you are discussing comets and orbits you may find these interactive web resources useful in your pre or post-mission work:
Enke orbitting:;orb=1;cov=0;log=0#orb
We often talk about orbit in terms of shape (circle, elipse), but they are measured in numerical form, as we do in the mid-mission briefing. This link is to a diagram where you can enter in an eccentricity and see the shape:


Recent news on the NASA Stardust mission that our simulation is based on:


Packet will be distributed at on-site mission date.

Powerpoint Shows from Bangor Christian Schools' 'Rendezvous with a Comet' Mission

The Challenger Learning Center 2009.ppt

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