• 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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  • 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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  • June 2015 Newsletter – Alumni Spotlight, Spacesuit Testing Update and More

    This month we have an interview with TIS Alumni Jill Weaver as well as updates on the Summer Workshop and Spacesuit Testing. June 2015 Newsletter

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  • May 2015 Newsletter – Don’t Miss out on the TIS Summer Workshop

    Time is running out to get into the Summer 2015 workshop. Check out some of the details here in the latest edition of the Teachers in Space newsletter. May 2015 Newsletter

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