Supporting
SPACE EDUCATION
and Inspiring
FUTURE
SCIENTISTS

Our Affiliates …

• BAE Systems, Inc. • Community CollegeSystem of NH • Dartmouth College
• FIRST
• McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center • Mount Washington Observatory • Plymouth State Univ.
• The Margret and H.A. Rey Center • UNH (NHSGC office) NH Affiliates across New Hampshire... Contact NHSGC...

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NEW HAMPSHIRE SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM (NHSGC) brings together NH's educational and scientific communities to foster public interest in science education, scholarship, and research.

Funded by NASA, the consortium supports nine New Hampshire affiliate institutions and thousands of teachers, students, faculty, and citizens interested in the sciences, in space science, and in inspiring future scientists. Read more…

 New Hampshire Space Grant News & Events . . .
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Dark Sky Stargazing
With NH Astronomical Society, July 3, 7pm at McAuliffe-Shepard Disc. Center, and July 18, 6:30pm, Rey Center, Waterville Valley. Info…
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STEAM Educator Workshop
Making an Impact in STEAM, a workshop for middle school educators, Aug. 1-6, Orlando, Fla. Travel & Stipend available. More info…
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MSDC Youth Summer Day Camps
McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center day camps are for kids ages 5 - 16. NEW: 3D printer with MakerLab session. Schedule & registration...
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Science in the Mountains
Lecture series at Mount Washington Weather Discovery Center. Beginning July 15, 7pm, with "Becoming Wolf: Eastern Coyote." Info...
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Space Station Academy
This online course features a simulated mission to International Space Station (ISS) and more. (General public and school versions). Info...
Space festival
NH Hotspots Road Trips
Student Opportunities
Xploration Outer Space: Student Astronaut Contest
Xploration Outer Space, partnered with Project PoSSUM, will support one winning student in a Scientist-Astronaut training program. For students age 16+ (HS or Undergraduates). Read more...
Kennedy Space Ctr. Launching 2 Learn
An opportunity for college freshmen students to learn how to launch level 1 and 2 high-powered rockets. Program is July 6-31 at KSC. Travel funds available, stipend of $600/week. 20 slots available. Read more...