Richland Students Receive Up-Close Look at NASA Technology
Displayed in Richland School’s front lobby is the Curiosity Rover, a 1:1 replica (actual size) spacecraft, that was launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla., Nov. 26, 2011, and arrived on Mars Aug. 6, 2012. The rover’s primary mission was to find out if Mars is, or was, suitable for life and to discover information about Mar’s environment. Richland School Counselor Jeanne James, Ed.S., (center) collaborated with NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center to make the exhibit available to Richland students including (from left, front) Olivia Harris, Emily Russell, Sydney McClure, Makayla Finney, Abby Woods, Grayson Foster, (back) Madison Foster, C.J. James, Brandon Adams, Will Teegarden, Tad Maxwell and Shannon Hardy. Mallory Butler / Pulaski Citizen
Richland School features new, informative displays as part of NASA’s exhibit program.
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages an active traveling exhibits program, sharing the agency’s endeavors in an effort to attract and inspire America’s next generation of scientists, engineers and explorers.
The ever-growing inventory of exhibits — including informative displays, models, artwork and technology demonstrations — teaches about Marshall’s current and past missions.
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