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Science & Nature

Exploring Space and Space Careers

Learners will be introduced to current trends in exciting NASA missions including the fields of Astrobiology, Aerospace Engineering, CubeSats and NASA internships.
Bruce Callow
73 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 6 learners
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55 minutes per class
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The students will gain a broader perspective on the space program including the upcoming Artemis missions to the moon, the new Perseverance Mars Rover, the discovery of exoplanets, how to go about getting NASA internships as well as an introduction to the many jobs that make the space industry operate. They will learn how to navigate towards one day working in a space related career.
The students will be given a project assignment of creating  a space mission and explaining it to the rest of the class. The presentations will focus on the jobs people do to make the mission possible. These presentations will not last more than 5 minutes.
Students will be assessed on their participation in class discussions as well as their individual presentations. Additionally, students who are especially keen will be provided additional resource materials and contacts to help them start on the road to a NASA internship.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
I use content from NASA, the Canadian Space Agency and other space related institutions and universities including MIT and the California Institute of Technology.


Bruce Callow
Lives in Canada
Explore Space and Careers in Space
73 total reviews
119 completed classes

About Me

I am from Calgary, Canada and have over 20 years of teaching experience. I co-authored the books To the Stars: Costa Rica in NASA and The Intrepids: Costa Rican Women in Science and Technology and Guatemala in Space. Since 2016 I have been... 
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