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NASA Dryden Participates in Super Science Saturday
October 27, 2010
 

AERO Institute education specialist Shaun Smith demonstrates how an aircraft's shape affects airflow via a miniature wind tunnel to Del Sur School student Rodney Boone Jr., his father Rodney Boone Sr. and Sundown School student Lucas Giaquinto.AERO Institute education specialist Shaun Smith demonstrates how an aircraft's shape affects airflow via a miniature wind tunnel to Del Sur School student Rodney Boone Jr., his father Rodney Boone Sr. and Sundown School student Lucas Giaquinto.

NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center was represented at the annual Super Science Saturday at Joe Walker Middle School in Quartz Hill, Calif. Oct. 23, with demonstrations from Dryden-affiliated AERO Institute education specialists and Dryden-sponsored high school robotics teams. This year's event drew more than 270 elementary and middle school students to the campus, where they participated in numerous hands-on activities that demonstrated practical applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.



NASA Dryden photos by Tom Tschida


Under the watchful eyes of members of the Lancaster High School Eagle Robotics team, middle school students attending the Super Science Saturday had the chance to maneuver the team's robot that competed in the 2010 FIRST Robotics Competition.Under the watchful eyes of members of the Lancaster High School Eagle Robotics team, middle school students attending the Super Science Saturday had the chance to maneuver the team's robot that competed in the 2010 FIRST Robotics Competition.
 

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