1654 – Sangeeta
1655 – Angel
1656 – Bill
1657 – Damir
1658 – Darlene
1659 – Matt
1660 – Aylyffe
Aylyffe is part of the National Space Society of North Texas. Her interest first started because of her parents who are space enthusiasts. She would like to see habitats built in earth orbit, and believes that there are ways to do this that would be very economical. She is excited to see us return to the moon. The exploration there will allow us to discover technology and resources that will help humanity here. And it is something that we should all be excited about.
1661 – Lisa
Lisa Stewart is an elementary school teacher and an advocate for space exploration. She recommends that teachers and librarians sign up for the NASA Express Newsletter that connects teachers at all levels with resources, events, and other enrichment opportunities to put space into their students lives.
Lisa hopes that exploring space will help improve life here on earth. If we understood how small, finite, and precious Earth is, then it would motivate us to figure out how to take better care of it. This can come through the perspective of seeing Earth from space. There is a very thin atmosphere that protects us from space. Also, as we explore space, we will develop technology which could help us here.
Lisa highly recommends the Space Exploration Educators Conference which is held at Space Center Houston each February. If you are an educator, then you should go: https://spacecenter.org/educator-resources/teachers-seec/
1662 – Zymal
Zymal would travel to space if she could. She is excited to learn that we are going back to the moon and that it will be a good thing to have the first woman on the moon. By exploring space, we will learn more about the earth. We can explore space and improve life here on earth. In fact, it may require space exploration to solve some of our problems.