using space
F uture F light H awai`i is proud and excited to continue its tradition of excellence using space science education as a catalyst for science, technology and the future in the state of Hawai`i. This year's summer program is being held on the islands of Kaua`i, Maui, and O`ahu in the state of Hawai`i.

  Mission to the Blue Planet
  Inspiring the next generation of explorers, using Space to Catalyze Student Interest in Science, Technology and the Future.
iss Future Flight Hawai`i is a space-themed educational program designed to catalyze a child's interest in science, technology and the future. The participants experience a variety of training modules with a mission context. Over the past 16 years, over 7000 student and parent participants have voyaged on journeys of exploration to the moon, Mars, and our own Earth, the Blue Planet. The Future Flight Hawai`i Mission Control team includes professional educators from the Hawaii Department of Education and private schools. The training modules and other program elements are designed by the staff educators, with contributions from Hawaii Space Grant Consortium scientists and NASA resources.
Available programs include: Day Exploration (Kaua`i - grades 3, 4, 5, 6), RoboTech Exploration (Maui - grades 3, 4, 5, 6), Family Exploration (O`ahu - grades 2, 3, 4, 5 and one parent)

The Module Descriptions, Schedule, and Mission Control Team provide information about the three Summer Programs.
Day Exploration
Kaua`i Community College, Lihue
18-22 June 2007
RoboTech Exploration
Kihei Community Center, Maui
25-29 June 2007
Family Exploration
University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Honolulu
6-8 July 2007
Module Descriptions Module Descriptions Module Descriptions
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Mission Control Teams
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Hawai`i Space Web Links

mailbox Send an e-mail to the Director of Future Flight     art@higp.hawaii.edu

the dream is alive
Future Flight Hawai`i A program developed and sponsored by the Hawai`i Space Grant Consortium, University of Hawai`i at Manoa in cooperation with Kaua`i Community College , and the County of Maui.
Last updated: Thu Jul 19 19:26:00 HST 2007