Teachers, how would you like to learn how to build an Arduino based miniature satellite with your students and launch it to the upper atmosphere and into space!?
Find out how by attending the Teachers in Space Professional Development Workshop at Brunswick Landing, in partnership with the Maine Space Grant Consortium and Educate Maine.
WHAT: Flight Experiments & CubeSat Professional Development Workshop for Teachers
WHEN: August 15th, 2022 - August 19th, 2022 / 8:30am – 5:00pm
WHERE: UMA Brunswick Center – Orion Hall – 12 Sewall Street, Brunswick, ME 04011
MATERIALS: You bring your own Windows laptop PC.
Note: School issued laptops usually won’t let you install programs.
Apple Computers and Chromebooks will not work!!
COST: $500 for Maine teachers, $1700 for out-of-state teachers
Breakfasts & Lunches Included
Find more info & register here – Space is limited. (Or copy and paste the following link into your browser https://tis.org/tis-upcoming-programs/ )
Miniaturization, 3D printing, low-cost materials, and retail components; plus a growing variety of affordable launch providers have enabled schools to begin building and launching their own satellite and cubesat experiments into space. In this workshop, we will cover programming Arduino microcontrollers, setting up various sensors, integrating into a CubeSat form-factor, and collecting in-flight data from fixed wing and high altitude balloon flights. Teachers will be sent home with all the equipment, materials, and knowhow to build a working CubeSat with their students. Teachers in Space will work with teachers to develop an experiment that we will then be able to launch on a suborbital flight with Blue Origin.
Teachers in Space, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization which stimulates student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing their teachers with extraordinary space science experiences and industry connections.