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Learning More About STS-114
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STS-114 Topics


Eileen M. Collins
(Commander)
James M. Kelly
(Pilot)
Wendy B. Lawrence
(Mission Specialist)
Stephen K. Robinson
(Mission Specialist)
Spacewalks (EVAs) during STS-114
Charles J. Camarda
(Mission Specialist)
Soichi Noguchi
(Mission Specialist)
Mission Patch for STS-114
Changes in Discovery
(Space Shuttle for STS-114)
STS -114 Mission Goals

 
STS-114 crew photo
Materials
  • Poster board
  • Markers, colored pencils, crayons, etc.
  • Construction paper
  • Glue
  • Computers with Internet access
Image to right: Pictured in the image are the STS-114 crew members.
Credit: NASA


Procedure

  • Select a topic from the bag. This will be the subject of your STS-114 project.

  • Work as a group to create a poster or computer presentation to present to the class about your topic. The presentation should be informative and creative. It should hold the audiences attention and be easy to understand.

  • Use the computer to research your topic. Use the NASA Home Page (http://www.nasa.gov) as a starting point.

Be creative! Include pictures and a catchy title! Use the rubric to make sure your presentation is complete.