The Maine Space Grant Consortium supports educational opportunities for K-12 up to Graduate students. Our goals are to:
- Increase participation of Maine undergraduate and graduate students in STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) research conducted by the Affiliates and NASA field centers
- Increase participation of Maine K-12 teachers and high school students in STEM activities through professional development activities for in-service and pre-service educators, curriculum development, teacher workshops and student-based programs
Software in Space: The Computers That Made Apollo Missions Possible
Written by Praxent, a software company in Austin Texas, this website provides a history of how computers progressed to the point of making the Apollo mission successful. The website also includes valuable resources for students who are interested in computers and space exploration. Please note that we are not endorsing services from Praxent, but thought the information on computers and Apollo is educational to students interested in space development and exploration.
Downloadable Student Signature Forms:
- Apr 14, 2013 Multi-Purpose Director’s Fund