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"Bringing the challenges and excitement of active space exploration to students and the general public."


Bringing the thrill of exploration and discovery to students around the world.


"Parents And Children as Co-Travelers" in a world of ideas. A National Science Foundation project offering Stardust to families across the country through participating Challenger Learning Centers.


Creating exciting educational initiatives surrounding Stardust.


Bringing together the various sectors of America's developing space community and serving as a credible source of information for a broad audience - from space professionals to the general public.


Actively coordinating and developing aerospace-related educational efforts to a national community of shared aerospace interests.


Bringing the excitement of missions and discoveries into communities across the USA.


A Kirkpatrick Science And Air Space Museum. "Where science electrifies, aerospace takes flight, technology surrounds, imagination blooms, and wonders never


Young Astronauts can be found in every state and in many foreign countries. They participate in the Young Astronaut Program through Chapters, the Young Astronaut Club, Space School, and Young Astronauts International.


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