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NASA WFF Education - About WFF Education
ABOUT EDUCATION AT WALLOPS Return to WFF Education Site

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Opening young minds to the wonders of Earth and space sciences is a NASA mission embraced by Wallops. Our long history of supporting education and our unique capabilities make Wallops an ideal laboratory for the development of aerospace education. Students of all ages benefit from Wallops programs and resources.
 

  • We develop, test and fly/operate hardware on site.
  • We implement diverse activities, including rockets, balloons, scientific aircraft, remotely piloted aerial vehicles, Space Shuttle payloads, small satellites, data instrumentation, launch range projects and research airport projects.
  • Our flight programs are comparatively low-cost and have a short life cycle.
     

If you are interested in participating in a Wallops program, would like to find out more about one of our activities, or how we can accommodate your educational requirements, please contact Linda Sherman, 757.824.2634.
 

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Educators at the Wallops Rocket Academy for Teachers and Students (WRATS) learn about pressure drag on rockets.
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Educators at the Wallops Rocket Academy for Teachers and Students (WRATS) begin the process of building their own rockets.
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Page Last Updated: June 30th, 2014
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