The Engineering Design Challenge: Lunar Plant Growth Chamber project continues as participants are still receiving seeds. After your students complete the project, be sure to visit the challenge Web site and provide information about your seed growth. Certificates of Participation will be available for each student after the challenge feedback form is completed. Registration is [...]
Entries Tagged as 'lunar plant growth challenge'
May 1st, 2008 · No Comments · K-12, NASA, Science, STEM
January 31st, 2008 · No Comments · Cool Science, K-12, NASA, Science, STEM, Webcasts
Watch as the crew of space shuttle mission STS-118 explains plant growth chambers they are delivering to the International Space Station. To help NASA, the astronauts invite students to participate in the plant growth chamber experiment. In the U.S. lab of the International Space Station, Expedition 15 Flight Engineer Clayton Anderson prepares the plant growth [...]
January 31st, 2008 · No Comments · Biology, Cool Science, K-12, NASA, Science, STEM
Follow the growth of cinnamon basil seeds on the International Space Station with a gallery of images documenting the experiment from its very beginning. The gallery features images of astronaut Clayton Anderson’s 20-day in-orbit experiment, including close-up views of the plants’ growth. Students participating in the NASA Engineering Design Challenge: Lunar Plant Growth Chamber can [...]