Education Payload Operations Kit C: A Miniature, Low ESM Hobby Garden for Space-Based Educational Activities 2007-01-3067
The wonder of space exploration is a sure way to catch the attention of students of all ages, and space biology is one of many sciences critical to understanding the spaceflight environment. Many systems used in the past for space-to-classroom biology activities have required extensive crew time and material resources, making space-linked education logistically and financially difficult. The new Education Payload Operations Kit C (EPO Kit C) aims to overcome obstacles to space-linked education and outreach by dramatically reducing the resources required for educational activities in plant space biology that have a true spaceflight component. EPO Kit C is expected to be flown from STS-118 to the International Space Station in June 2007. NASA and several other organizations are currently planning an outreach program to complement the flight of EPO Kit C.
Citation: Morrow, R., Iverson, J., Manzke, R., Tuominen, L. et al., "Education Payload Operations Kit C: A Miniature, Low ESM Hobby Garden for Space-Based Educational Activities," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-3067, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-01-3067. Download Citation
R. C. Morrow, J. T. Iverson, R. C. Manzke, L. K. Tuominen, J. D. Neubauer
Orbital Technologies Corporation, NASA Johnson Space Center
International Conference On Environmental Systems
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