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Future Flight Hawaii
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2014 Next Stop: Mars
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Your attitude determines your altitude.
Summer 2014 -- Next Stop: Mars
pdf download link  Download the Future Flight Hawai‘i  2014 Brochure.

Future Flight Hawai‘i is an action-packed, space-themed educational program for students in grades 2-5 designed to catalyze interest in science, technology, and the future. The participants experience a variety of training modules with a mission context. Since 1991, over 9000 student and parent participants have voyaged on journeys of exploration to the Moon, Mars, and our own Blue Planet, Earth. Educators and learners of all ages have returned to Future Flight programs year after year to share the spirit of adventure.

The Future Flight Mission Control team includes professional educators from the Hawai‘i Department of Education and private schools and other educators and scientists. The training modules and other program elements are designed by the staff educators, with contributions from Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium scientists and NASA resources. We welcome you to join us to explore space and new worlds of knowledge.


Future Flight Hawai‘i is a program developed and sponsored by the Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

View program activities and photos from previous summers:
2008 Next Stop: Mars.
2007 Mission to the Blue Planet.
2006 Rendezvous In Space.
2005 Return to the Moon.
2004 Next Stop: Mars.
2003 Mission to the Blue Planet.
2002 Next Stop: Mars.
2001 Return to the Moon.


We honor the legacy of Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka. Read more about him, Future Flight Hawai‘i, and many other space science activities in Hawai‘i. Honolulu-Star Bulletin article.


Our family science nights known as "Space Explorers Brushbot FESTivals" are fun for everyone! Read about these evening FFH family programs run by Art Kimura and Rene Kimura at schools on Oahu and the Big Island. See the FESTival Information Flyer, and watch the Slide Show (QuickTime .mov file) from the event held at Kapolei Elementary School, and read more in this Honolulu-Star Bulletin article.


We've got a fan video of some summer 2010 program modules and participants in action! Watch it here.


Space Science Demonstrations Hawaiian Style. These demonstrations were designed by Future Flight Hawai‘i instructors and were presented at the NSTA 2001 National Meeting.


NASA Educators Online Network (NEON). NASA's professional learning community open to K-12 teachers, STEM teachers, future teachers, and all others who want to support STEM education.


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Future Flight Hawai‘i is a K-12 Education project of the Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium,
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.
Updated: October 15, 2013.

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Art and Rene Kimura