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Space Slosh

Jul 31, 2017

Space Minute PSA Series #9: Space Slosh

Whether it’s the 16-ounce water bottle you take on your morning jog or a rocket with thousands of gallons of fuel, the way that liquid sloshes around can have an impact.

Scientists and students at Florida Institute of Technology, working with colleagues at NASA and researchers at M-I-T, designed an experiment that allows them to study how liquids move around inside containers in microgravity.

SCPA 1st THURSDAY: ‘Open-Minded Mic Night!' 

Written by  Team SCPA 

 6:30pm Thurs. August 3, 2017 

LOCATION:  Front Street Civic Center, 2205 Front Street, downtown Melbourne FL 32901

Free and open to the public. Donations gratefully accepted. 

OPEN-MINDED MIC NITE!

This is a chance for you to speak on a topic that is important to you and get your message out.

Retired space shuttle astronaut Winston Scott…with your Space Minute.

Nearly every university has some interesting things on campus, from rare books to famous paintings. But no other university campus has this...

In 2016, officials at Kennedy Space Center asked Florida Institute of Technology faculty if they would like to take something off their hands: A hollow, stainless-steel tube known as the Mars Environment Chamber.

We venture to accelerate sustainable business growth for women entrepreneurs.

 

WE FULFILL OUR MISSION BY PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING SERVICES

No Cost, One-on-One Consultations

Low-Cost Business Education Seminars & Workshops

Purposeful Networking Mixers

Community Dialogues & Discussions

 

Since our nonprofit program was established in 2007 in Melbourne, FL on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology, we have:

Voyager Probes

Jul 24, 2017

Space Minute PSA Series #8: Voyager Probes

NASA’s exploration of deep space has come a long way since the Pioneer mission that sent six probes into our solar system more than 50 years ago.

But where are those early probes now?

Pioneers 6 though 11 no longer send back signals to Earth and are ghost ships on a millions-of-years journey to the next star in their path. But, believe it or not, Voyager 1 and 2, launched in 1977, are still phoning home from beyond our solar system.

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