• Run 1/2 Marathon with Charlotte

    On Saturday, October 20, 2018 Join TIS and SpaceX mission manager Charlotte Kiang as we race from Brooklyn Museum through Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Windsor Terrace, and Kensington to finish in iconic Prospect Park. Click Button to run or to support our team. Share this link to fund the suborbital spaceflight for our 2018-19 Flight […]

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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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  • And we have a functioning light!

    Today the technical team got to work on making the Arduino work. These are students that have no real programming experience to speak of, and have never worked with an Arduino- so today’s mission: Make the light turn on. And we had victory!  We are still a long way from where we need to be, […]

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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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  • September Newsletter – Meet the Judges of our Spacesuit Contest

    The essays have been written, illness the contestants eager to learn the winner. Our team of esteemed judges from across the industry have evaluated the submissions. But who are the judges? This month we take a brief look at the people who make the contest possible. Download your copy today!   September 2015 Newsletter

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  • August 2015 Newsletter – A Summer Workshop, Two Contests and More

    This month’s issue contains a write up on the 2015 Summer Workshop attended by 24 great educators. We spotlight one of them in a new special feature. Plus get in on two different contests that Teachers in Space is working on, The first is an essay contest with the prize being a 24 parabola flight. […]

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  • July 2015 Newsletter – Mission Control, New Editor and More!

    This month’s newsletter contains a couple great articles. First up, we welcome a new editor to the Teachers in Space Newsletter. Stephen Pederson takes on the role of getting info out to everyone. Our feature article is how a working replica of Mission Control can get students of all kinds interested in science. Download and […]

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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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