Ricky Arnold Films Lessons from Space.
Challenger Center creates unique learning experiences.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) shape our everyday experiences, and are vital to the success of an economy that relies on innovators.
With Centers across the globe, Challenger Center is helping to inspire a new generation of world changing leaders.
We lost the incredible crew of STS-51L on January 28, 1986. Commander Francis R. “Dick” Scobee, Pilot Michael J. Smith, Mission Specialists Judith A. Resnik, Ellison S. Onizuka and Ronald E. McNair, Payload Specialist Gregory B. Jarvis, and Teacher-in-Space Payload Specialist Christa McAuliffe had set out on a mission to inspire a new generation of explorers.
Sarah recalls the excitement of being on a space mission and how cool it was to work on grown-up tasks with her friends during a visit to a Challenger Learning Center!
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Astronaut Ricky Arnold announced the completion of the first Lost Lesson during a downlink wtih Challenger Center educators.
More than 4.4 million students have completed missions to space at Challenger Learning Centers around the world. We rely on the donations of individuals and companies to keep going. You can help Challenger Center create exhilarating STEM education experiences that prepare students for the future in several ways: with a direct donation, making a gift in tribute or memorial of a loved one, establishing a bequest, or through your own fundraising efforts. Learn about all the ways that you can help Challenger Center to reach the next million students.
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