If the #Easter weekend brings rain, it doesn’t mean kids can’t go on an adventure. By following these simple steps they can even explore as far as outer space! Now, we can’t promise this homemade rocket ship – constructed entirely from household items – meets exact NASA specifications, or is durable enough to survive re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere, but we’re sure it will fire your kids’ imaginations. #EasterTogether
Meet the African American Female Astronauts Of NASA | Jeanette J. Epps, Ph.D. is an Active Astronaut, meaning she is currently eligible for space missions. Originally from Syracuse, NY, she holds a bachelor of science degree in Physics from LeMoyne College and a master of science degree and doctorate of philosophy degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland.
Easter Cross Craft for Children It’s hard to avoid Easter eggs and the like, at Easter time. With this simple craft you can illustrate the real meaning behind Easter to your children. What you will need: 2 Paper Plates Black Paper Yellow Paper 2 craft pins Paper and pencils to decorate an easter egg Scissors
It’s time to dust off your space boots. NASA has opened the application process for new astronauts, meaning you could one day soon join the hundreds who have ventured beyond Earth’s atmosphere to date. And, if selected, you could be among the people who take the first steps towards – or on – Mars.