We received our certificate of flight authentication with our sample a few weeks ago. I am looking forward to the return of our students so we may discuss our results in more depth and talk about our potential participation in the next round of SSEP. I’m currently working on creating a collaboration here in Northwest Indiana. I’m attempting to contact other private schools in an effort to build a private school science community, backed by the support I was able to secure during our participation of SSEP STS-135. I’m also hoping to expand our network of professional scientists and professors to aid us on our journey. If you are interested in having your student participate in the next round of SSEP as a member of the Avicenna Academy Science Community Collaboration, please contact me.
- AASCC's STS-135 Logo
(Stay tuned for Mission 1 Logo)
- SSEP Strategic Objectives and Impact Showcased on Capitol Hill for Subcommittee on Aviation and Space February 21, 2020
- New Flight Opportunity for School Districts: Announcing Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Mission 15 to the International Space Station, Starting September 2020 February 3, 2020
- THE SOLUTION to the Mission 14 Student Challenge: Understanding Weightlessness – You Want Me to Take a Bathroom Scale Where? October 2, 2019
- To All Student Researchers Now Engaged in SSEP Mission 14 to ISS – A Challenge for the Start of Program: Understanding Weightlessness – You Want Me to Take a Bathroom Scale Where? September 26, 2019