Tag Archives: Aerospace Engineering

NASA Director Speaks to Scholars About Moon Landing and Colonizing Mars

February 28, 2020

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// By Isaiah Padilla // On Monday morning ASK Academy scholars were treated to a presentation from a NASA expert who spoke about NASA’s eventual plan to colonize Mars. Michael Kirsch, the Deputy Director of the NASA Engineering and Safety Center, came on account of his nephew, who is an ASK scholar. His nephew often […]

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Soaring Through the Sky – Engineering Scholars Design, Launch Gliders

September 19, 2013

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By Jordan Hines The ASK Academy stresses project-based learning, and the Aerospace Engineering Class’s latest endeavor shows that projects are truly an effective and exciting method of learning. Vanessa Barela, Project Manager of the class, had scholars design, construct, and test gliders in a small competition. The class first took advantage of the software Aery, […]

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Aerospace Scholars Take Eclipse Trip

September 11, 2013

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By Cameron Coe Yesterday the Aerospace Engineering class embarked onto the bus that was to take us to Eclipse Aerospace, one of the most famous personal plane manufactures in the world. By 12:17 the bus was off and you could hear the students yell out the windows, “Farewell friends, perhaps I will see you in […]

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