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Experience what it takes to be an astronaut by attending Houston Space Center Space Center University program

Jason Martinez


HOUSTON, TX — Ever fantasized about being an astronaut? Have you questioned what it takes to explore and live on Mars? Do you want to launch a rocket and engineer your own robotic rover?

Come behind the scenes with Space Center U®, the ultimate educational experience, and partake in the excitement of space exploration!

Space Center U is a challenging multi-day program offered year-round to groups and individuals. The program encourages communication, problem-solving, teamwork and engineering solutions to space-related circumstances. It is designed to strengthen and improve critical thinking skills, creativity, the drive to be successful and fiscal responsibility.

Space Center U offers a high level of STEM themes applied to real-world and space-related events, engaging students in meaningful learning opportunities associated with NASA missions.

Space Center University students will explore areas such as robotics, rocketry, space habitats and thermal protection systems. Members will be inspired as they engineer solutions to space-related problems, cooperate to find answers and go behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center. The program concludes with a social distancing graduation ceremony commemorating the students’ accomplishments, as well as a virtual astronaut presentation with Q&A.

The program is open for ages 11 – 18. Will you be the chosen one? There is only one way to know. So sign up today, because the space is limited.

To register for a Space Center U program, visit the program links by clicking here https://spacecenter.org/space-center-u/ and fill out the PDF registration form, or complete online registration and email it to reservations@spacecenter.org.

For more information, please call +1 281-283-4755, email reservations@spacecenter.org or read the Space Center U frequently asked questions.

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