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"This is an ordinary person, this ordinary person is contributing to history: " Astronaut and beloved teacher Christa McAuliffe
Thank you Astronaut/Teacher Christa Mcauliffe, your lessons benefit future generations and society.
Why do experiments in Space?
See this video below from N.H. Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital, in honor of Christa's goals to humanize science:
It was important to Christa that students love science because science helps people. Experiments, done in space, help to find cures for diseases. This video shows how everyone feels when they learn that kids can go home from hospitals. Click this link to learn about experiments on the Space Station that help dr.'s, nurses, scientists, and healthcare teams.
Click this link to learn about experiments on the Space Station that help dr.'s, nurses, scientists, and healthcare teams. Space Station Medical Experiments
ENJOY THE SKIES FOR MILES AND MILES. WE ARE ONE FAMILY ON THIS EARTH ALAN SHEPARD PROJECT
Welcome to Astronaut Christa McAliffe's Lessons!
" I would like to humanize the space age by giving the persective from a non- astronaut because I think the students will say, "this is an ordinary person, this ordinary person is contributing to history " and if they can make that connection, then they are going to get excited about history, they are going to get excited about the future, and they are going to get excited about space." Astronaut and much loved N.H. teacher, Christa McAuliffe