(828) 254-7162

Destination Space Camp

We are accepting applicants for the August 14 -18, 2017 camp.  For more information please visit the Destination Space web page and contact DeWayne Cecil at 801-891-1161 (mobile).

Destination Space:

Satellite Week, August 14-18, 2017 Project

Project Purpose

Destination Space: Satellite Week will cultivate a long-term interest in STEM by providing an engaging, hands-on remote sensing educational opportunity for high school students. Satellite remote sensing provides a vast range of uses to analyze and potentially mitigate local and global environmental issues and has an even larger potential to expand to a wider variety of applications in the near future. Students will get to learn about satellites and remote sensing in Asheville’s Museum of Science, in The Collider (a climate solutions center) and in NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. Destination Space inspires and empowers students to develop into capable scientists and become the next generation of STEM leaders.

Camp Highlights

Throughout the camp, students will:

 

For More Information

L. DeWayne Cecil, Ph.D

Principal Investigator GST, SeOS, and Destination Space

801-891-1161 (mobile)

DeWayne.cecil@gst.com

seosllc@gmail.com

 

Anna Priest

Executive Director, Asheville Museum of Science

828-254-7162 x 7 (Office)

apriest@ashevillescience.org

 

Alec Courtright

NASA DEVELOP and Destination Space

864-607-3377 (mobile)

Alec.courtright@noaa.gov