To Infinity And Beyond

NASA Aids Students’ Study At Inaugural Space Camp

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Posted: July 19, 2013

Aaron Painter (left), 14, an upcoming freshman at Page County High School, and Rachel Cubbage, 12, a student at Page County Middle School, work on making lunar lander models on Wednesday during James Madison University’s inaugural Space Camp at the Harrisonburg campus. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Jill Prince, a NASA engineer at Langley Research Center, talks to area middle-school students about her involvement with the most recent Mars rover via video chat during the camp.

HARRISONBURG — Shanil Virani knows the unflattering words children have used to describe his favorite field.

 

“Sometimes kids think science is stagnant and boring,” said Virani,...



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