• Serenity Cubesat

    Teachers in Space Launch Serenity Satellite

    Teachers in Space (TIS) has secured a flight on Firefly Aerospace’s Alpha launch vehicle to send their educational Cube satellite, “Serenity”, into a low Earth orbit. Serenity will contain several experiments including Gloversville School Districts radiation experiment and Villanova University’s Blockchain technology experiment.

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  • A Space Force Could Be Disastrous to our Future

    By The Board of Teachers in Space Space hangs above us out of sight, a mere 100 kilometers (62 miles) away. Because of its out-of-the-way location, it’s hard to remember that the lives we lead are underpinned by space. Satellites, layered in four distinct altitudes, provide a vast array of 21st century services, including cell […]

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  • Student STEM Experiments at Edge of Space May Unlock Answers on Global Warming

    Teachers in Space Selects 10 Student Teams From Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, New York, Oregon and Puerto Rico to Participate in Airbus Perlan Mission II CubeSat Program NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Mar 17, 2016) – Teachers in Space, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization that stimulates student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, today announced the […]

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  • In Remembrance

      We were inspired to created Teachers in Space after the original NASA program. Our mission is to inspire students around the world by inspiring their teachers. We work with educators to fly student payloads on gliders, balloons, suborbital spacecraft and even the International Space Station. Teachers in our programs have opportunities to learn, ride […]

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  • Teachers in Space Contest Winners Herald Return to Flight Moment

    For Immediate Release Teachers in Space, Inc. (TIS) today announced two contest winners who will participate in the organization’s first human research flight activity since resuming operations in 2006. Charlotte Kiang, an engineering graduate student from Cornell University and winner of the TIS Spacesuit Test Team Essay Contest, will join Syracuse middle school teacher and […]

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  • Fly with Teachers in Space: Spacesuit Contest

    Teachers in Space, Inc. Wants You To Join Their SpaceSuit Test Team On Zero G! PRLog – Nov. 10, 2014 – NEW YORK — Win this contest, and you will travel to Florida to help Teachers in Space, Inc. (TIS) and Final Frontier Design (FFD) test the first multi-purpose commercial spacesuit, made in Brooklyn NY. […]

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  • Student Experiment Headed to the ISS on Antares Rocket

    When Amy McCormick’s class developed their science experiment studying Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), advice they could only dream of flying it to space. Their experiment won the Teachers In Space annual spaceflight contest and later this month, buy their dream will become a reality when it launches to the International Space Station (ISS). Tucked into […]

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  • Embry-Riddle’s New Degree Program in Commercial Space Operations to Sponsor Teachers in Space Summer Workshops

    June 11, 2013 – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s new Commercial Space Operations degree program, the first of its kind in the world, will sponsor Teachers in Space summer workshops for the next five years. A project of the Space Frontier Foundation (SFF), Teachers in Space stimulates student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by […]

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