Join us on Thursday, February 16, 2023, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM ET for an edition of NSTA’s Science Update about the NASA Artemis program.
More than 50 years after the Eagle landed at Tranquility Base, NASA has begun its campaign to return astronauts to the surface of our Moon. Named after the mythical twin sister of Apollo, the Artemis program aims to establish a permanent base of operations on the lunar surface and in lunar orbit, all in preparation for sending astronauts further out into our solar system. This foundational outpost promises to provide not only the insight into how humans can survive in deep space, but also the scientific knowledge that will benefit all who call Earth “home.” With the uncrewed Artemis I mission lighting the path forward, NASA now turns its attention to the next chapter: sending the first woman and person of color, as well as the next man, to the Moon.
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Date Thursday February 16, 2023
Time 7:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM CT / 5:00 PM MT / 4:00 PM PT
Duration 60 Minutes
Audience All K-16 educators, administrators, preservice teachers, informal educators, and science enthusiasts.