Sarah Isom | 7/28/2017 7:50:55 PM
On July 19, 2017, Ms. Clifton along with 5 chaperones took 12 4-H students to the Infinity Science Center in Pearlington, Mississippi, for a trip to Infinity Science Center. The 4-H students toured the NASA Stennis Space Center test site. The trip included a guided, behind-the-scenes bus tour of Stennis Space Center, including NASA and its resident tenant federal, state and commercial labs and offices. The 4-H students were able to interact in exhibits and activities, live presentations and digital movies in INFINITY’s domed theater.
Some of the things that the 4-H students learned on the tour included 40 missions to Mars, as of September 2014, including orbiters, landers and rovers but not counting flybys. The most recent arrivals include the Mars Curiosity mission in 2012, the MAVEN mission, which arrived on September 22, 2014, followed by the Indian Space Research Organization’s MOM Mangalyaan orbiter, which arrived on September 24, 2014.The 4-H students really enjoyed the tour to Infinity Science Center. Questions were asked to the tour guide about going to space and the space ships. The 4-H’ers even asked Ms. Clifton when the next 4-H trip was scheduled.
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