Summer 2015 ULA Payload Team
Have you ever wanted to make a payload that flies on real rockets? Interested in some hands-on Aerospace and Electronics project learning this summer, while having fun?
This summer, STEM Academy has been given the opportunity to host two teams with the ULA Intern Future program. The Rocket Launch is on July 18, 2015. The rocket is 300" tall, uses 3 N class engines, and carries 16 payloads 12 G class 3.9" x 6" tubes around 10,000+ feet. Normally Aerospace companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Ball, and JPL are the ones that are asked to build the satellites today. However, this summer high school students will have the incredible opportunity to develop their skills to build the payload! We plan to meet twice a week after school hours near the end of the school year and during June and July.
Option Classes to begin early May
Beginning Group meets every Friday, 5:30 to 6:30 pm, beginning June 5th
Advanced Group meets on Wednesday evenings, 5:30 to 6:30pm, beginning June 3rd