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 England Fall Astronomy Festival
New England Fall Astronomy Festival
aerospacefest 2013
Aerospace Festival
chad civello
NHSGC award at the Undergraduate Research Conference.
lunacat
NHSGC-Sponsored LunaCat team.
Kennett HS Students
Kennett HS student HUNCH program participants.
balloon launch proj SMART
Project SMART students launch a group balloon project.
New Hampshire Space Grant Projects

New England Fall Astronomy Festival
NH Space Grant provides support for the New England Fall Astronomy Festival held at the University of New Hampshire's Observatory . The festival includes keynote and featured speakers, sky watching and safe solar viewing, astronomy talks, telescope clinic (courtesy of the NH Astronomical Society), family activities.

Aerospace Festival
Aerospacefest celebrates space science and aeronautics with a weekend of rocket and balloon launches, telescopes and solar viewing, Mad Science, Ham Radio operators, radio-controlled airplanes, an Astronaut keynote speaker, and more. NHSGC is one of several sponsors ofor this event.

NH FIRST Robotics Competition
FIRST Robotics Competition pairs high school students with technical professionals in building a robot to compete in an engineering/design challenge. Sponsors fund materials and entry fee. NHSGC has sponsored teams from New Hampshire and our affiliates have provided mentorship.

UNH Undergraduate Research Conference:
Interdisciplinary Science & Eng. Symposium

NHSGC provided one of nine awards for outstanding student research presented in the Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium, part of the week-long Undergraduate Research Conference held at the Univeristy of New Hampshire.

Kennett HS HUNCH Students
Students from Mt. Washington Valley Career and Technical Ctr. of Kennett High School in N. Conway, NH, were recognized at GSFC for their part in the NASA HUNCH program. During the school year, the advanced metals students used precision tooling to create components to be used at the International Space Station Training Facility — possibly to be used on the Intl. Space Station. NHSGC funded the students travel to GSFC, where they toured the machine shop and viewed NASA research, hardware, and engineering.

Mount Washington Outreach Observers
Stationed at the Mount Washington Observatory summit facility, the Outreach Observers are trained weather specialists who offer tours, educational programs, and workshops.

SuperStellar Fridays
At the McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center, every Friday is "SuperStellar." Open to the public, NHSGC supports Friday evening presentations by scientists on discoveries, historical events, and science concepts. The evening ends with a look at "Tonight's Sky" in the full-dome theatre.

Dartmouth College Wetterhahn Symposium
NHSGC offered support to Dartmouth College Women-in-Science students presenting their "capstone" research projects at the Wetterhahn Undergraduate Symposium.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center Exhibit
The discovery center created an exhibit on living and working in space, drawing on artifacts from prior space grant activities and from items items obtained through NASA's de-accessioning program.

North Country Astronomy
The Margret and H. A. Rey Center, partnered with the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and the New Hampshire Astronomical Society, hosts stargazing evenings and astronomy education programs in Waterville Valley. Activities include Dark Sky Stargazing Nights, guided exploration of important night sky events, lecture programs, and family-friendly learning activities.

Rey Center Environmental Monitoring
The Margret and H. A. Rey Center oversees several environmental monitoring initiatives which support environmental stewardship, and provide data for long-term datasets for natural resources management. The programs monitor climate change indicators, vegetation phenology, water quality, and more.

UNH TableSat Teams
NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, through NH Space Grant, funds UNH student engineering teams working on projects that model NASA space missions. This year's team worked on components like those on the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission.