Monthly Archives: August 2019

Aug 28

Team CERO and the International Space Station Tool

In The News

When Jared Cammon graduated Southwest DeKalb High School 20 years ago, he knew that one day he would be a teacher. But first he became an engineer. “Engineers made more money,” he said with a laugh. But after a short stint working for a contractor for NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, he was in the […]

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Aug 12

A Moment In History

In The News

2019 marked a milestone for NASA — 50 years since humans went further than they had ever gone before. Across the country, the Apollo generation and the Artemis generation celebrated the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing. While a team of students from Lone Star College-CyFair in Texas reflected on this moment in history, they were […]

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