|About||Space Frontiers is an educational outreach program started in 1992. This hour long program features artifacts from the U.S. and Russian space programs.|
|Mission||INSPIRE, EDUCATE, HAVE FUN|
Space Frontiers is a volunteer educational outreach program started in 1992. Joe Bruce founded Space Frontiers after a visit to his son's 1st grade class. Joe has a Science Education degree from Central Washington University, 1981 and currently a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador. This hour long program features artifacts from the U.S. and Russian space programs. Artifacts include; American and Russian spacesuits, tires off of the Space Shuttle, food flown to the Moon in 1968, pieces of Martian meteorites and more.
Space Frontiers can tailor an educational event for preschool through retirement.
Space Frontiers endeavors to inspire the next Neil Armstrong, Sally Ride, Mae Jemison or Jonas Salk.
The first person to step foot on Mars is alive and in our schools TODAY!
|Products||Space Expoloration history program, using actual flown and unflown artifacts from the U.S. and Russian space programs.|