session 5

Title

TO BOLDLY GO - SPACE STATION EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

Description

This cross-cutting session will focus on education and outreach activities that specifically leverage the inspirational value of the International Space Station and which aim to prepare today's students and future generations to be actively involved in turning space exploration visions into a sustainable endeavour.

Date

2010-10-01

Time

09:00

Room

Meeting Room 42

IPC members
papers

Order

Time

Paper title

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

A Spaceship, Astronauts and Children: How the European Space Agency brings them together in the classroom.

15

confirmed

Ms. Shamim Hartevelt-Velani

European Space Agency (ESA)

The Netherlands

2

SpaceSmart: Shifting Public Perceptions of Space

15

confirmed

Ms. Beth Beck

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

United States

3

NASA Education Activities on the International Space Station: A National Laboratory for Inspiring, Engaging, Educating and Employing the Next Generation

15

confirmed

Dr. Julie A. Robinson

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Johnson Space Center

United States

4

Education and Public Outreach at APL -NASA's Pluto Mission -New Horizons: Inspiring the Next Generation of Explorers.

15

withdrawn

Ms. Kerri Beisser

The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

United States

5

The ISS as useful platform for the Radio Amateur Community around the world

15

confirmed

Mr. Jaime Alberto Estela Gutiérrez

Germany

6

An ordinary camera in an extraordinary location: Outreach with the Mars Webcam

15

confirmed

Mr. Thomas Ormston

Telespazio VEGA UK LTD

Germany

7

kibo hi-vision earthview educational system development

15

confirmed

Mr. Susumu Yoshitomi

Japan Space Forum

Japan

9

Educational Training on Spacecraft Operations in a Soyuz mock-up Simulator

15

confirmed

Mr. Jochen Noll

University of Stuttgart

Germany