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Nine local public school students spent the past four weeks using a flight simulator and learning about aviation and rockets as part of their Experience Aviation STEM Academy at UNT Dallas. The program ends Aug. 11 with a reception at 3 p.m. after the students launch their rockets at 1:30 p.m.
This came despite a troublesome drone equipped with a camera flying in the area, which could have caused the firefighters problems.
The grants provide the opportunity for nearly 1,000 students between ages 14 and 21 to attend camps which will help prepare them for future high-skill, high-demand jobs. “These camps allow students to explore STEM disciplines outside the classroom while showing them the possibilities of a career in those fields,” Governor Rick Perry said.
At roughly two meters (6.5 feet) wide, and who knows how much beneath the surface, the meteorite (dubbed “Lebanon”) might be the largest ever discovered on Mars.
Aviation organizations recognize the importance of investing in the future of aviation by offering scholarships. This month, AOPA points student and current pilots to scholarships that can help them achieve their aviation dreams. Share these opportunities with those you know who are in training for an aviation-related field.
Brooklyn-based designer Lauren O'Neil turns airport runways into art. Her images reveal the common traits among airports.
The solar-powered aircraft took off at 5:36 AM CET, when the weather around the aerodrome was at its calmest, with pilot Markus Scherdel at the controls. The aircraft flew for two hours and 17 minutes, reaching an altitude of 1,670 m (5,500 ft) and a ground speed of 55.6 km/h (30 kt).
Southaven, MS, May 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Members of Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA), and 12 corporate aviation companies, have generously donated more than $100,000 to WCA’s fall scholarship fund.
News 12 spent Sunday with a North Texas group of pilots who are perfecting their formation flight right here in Texoma.
The Plains, Va. – Students from Creekview High School of Canton, Ga. outperformed hundreds of their peers from across the country Saturday to earn first place at the twelfth annual Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC). Champions Amanda Semler, 18; Andrew White, 16; Nick Dimos, 16; Austin Bralick, 16; and Bailey Robertson, 15; bested more than 700 other teams representing 48 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands to earn the national title.