Native Americans are our country's first Astronomers and their achievements that benefit humanity are immeasurable.
We explore on the shoulders of their knowledge.
It is only right that they are recognized on this page to celebrate N.H. contributions to sky studies. Native American's are excellent advisors on issues surrounding exploration, survival skills, planetary protections and peace. Sections of the United States Constitution were designed using Native American governance as models.We encourage all to explore their cultural history and contributions to space science exploration, the health of the earth and our eco-system.Learn from this video of N.H. Abanaki Lessons that discuss the risk of spreading disease while exploring for purposes ofpeace to assist in preparing for our visit to the Moon and Mars. New Hampshire Abanaki History: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI0HaygXEII
Visit the Native American Pages on our website: https://www.alanshepardproject.org/native-american-astronomy.html
MKIM is New Hampshire's Native American Learning Center where story tellers share star stories and tribal astronomy achievements https://www.indianmuseum.org/
In the spirit of prevention of harm, learn more about the NASA Office of Planetary Protections: https://planetaryprotection.nasa.gov/about
Leroy Little Bear Reminds us to add in ways of thinking that were taken out: Below Learn from An Abanaki Exploration Guidance Story VIdeo Below
Many Native Americans live in the state of N.H. We value their guidance when exploring the skies and appreciate their knowledge of planetary science.
Christa McAuliffe Space Camp Centers
Concord N.H.: McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center: www.starhop.com
Christa McAuliffe Space Center Framingham
Christa McAuliffe Space Center Utah:
Astronaut Richard M. Linnehan
Learn from N.H. Astronauts in their own words. Scroll down to find each N.H. Astronaut Section. Astronauts included in this lecture series are as follows:
Christa McAuliffe, Jay Buckey, Richard Searfoss, Richard M. Linehan, Lee Morin and N.H. Native American contributions to sky studies are included.
We wholeheartedly appreciate all of them and for their determination to benefit humanity.
N.H. Space Dr. and Hypobaric Treatments
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Astronaut Christa McAuliffe
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Christa Having Fun!
Internet Bios: NASA BIO
Christa's Space Training Footage
Magnetism In Space
Astronaut Lee Morin
Effervescense in Space
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
Christa's ISS Lessons
Christa's Lost Lessons
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Liquids in Microgravity
Celebrate Christa's achievements and with us. Turn her dreams for students into a reality. Visit The Alan Shepard Project
Christa McAuliffie Page for Kids and share with all in her honor!
Astronaut Jay C. Buckey NASA BIO:
Celebrate with the world, Christa's Space Lessons Are Here!
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Theresa Bear Fox's "Sky World" sung by Teio Swathe"
"If your heart is hurting for your loved ones who have gone to the other side, be encouraged that you will see them again.
Chromatography and Lessons Background
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Beautiful melody and views of New Hampshire
Richard A. Searfoss
Enjoy the skies for miles and miles. We are one family on this Earth.
STS 90 Post Flight Data
To Those That Dream I Sing This Song: Joanne Shenandoah (A Dream of Peace)
Present Possibilities, and Future Dreams