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Aerospace Education and Training Presented by Donald Straney, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

Aerospace Education and Training Presented by Donald Straney, Chancellor, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

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    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Donald Straney Chancellor, University of Hawaiʻ at Hilo i THEME: Aerospace Education and Training • Marketing the Opportunities • Activities to Build Interest • Training and Experience • Hawaiʻ Needs i‟s [1]
    • Inspiring and Training our future Aerospace Workforce John Hamilton Test Logistics & EPO Manager
    • Exploration Uplink Tele-operation of internet controlled rovers applicable to Moon & Mars K-16 Classrooms on Hawai`i & O`ahu, U.S. Mainland, Canada, Chile and South Africa Centerpiece of PISCES Asia-Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) display UHH Student with Exploration Uplink rover
    • University Student Test Workers Controlling Juno Rover with Bucket and TRIDAR Juno rover, NorCAT Drill and Fuel Cell power cart Operating Modular Robotic U-frame
    • PISCES-led lunar flight experiment on mission to moon surface…to include STEM/students and faculty High School STEM contest resulting in selection of a student designed experiment that would be included in the next private space launch to the Moon in 2015. High School like: • Hawai`i Preparatory Academy, • Kamehameha • Konawaena PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL SPACE CENTER FOR EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (PISCES)
    • PISCES Robotic International Space Mining Championships Modeled on the successful NASA Lunabotics Event Now rebranded as “Space Mining Competition” with Mars destination and only US college teams Establish global regional competition on each continent. World Series Championship concept 5-6 Invitational Teams outside U.S. NASA 2014 Winner committed Local Participation: UH System team Big Island High School Team 2012 NASA Lunabotics Winners University of Alabama Trials at Hawai`i Lunar Analog Site
    • Lunar Impact Monitoring Summer Internship
    • HAWAII Nicolas Turner AEROSPACE Analyst, Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Lab SUMMIT THEME: Aerospace Education and Training Summer Analog Sites • • Pu’u Haewahine, Mauna Kea Kaumana Cave, Hilo • • Emesine Cave, Mauna Loa Twin Craters, HAVO Field Work • • • Geologic, vegetation, and cultural survey. Spatial data collection of roads, trails, infrastructure and important features. 360 Panoramas throughout each analog site. Database • • • Data viewable in an interactive map interface. Tabular data and images can be queried by spatial location. Interactive panoramas throughout each site. Twin Craters at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Close up of crater at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. HiRISE images of Tractus Fossaeon, Mars.
    • HAWAII Nicolas Turner AEROSPACE Analyst, Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Lab SUMMIT THEME: Aerospace Education and Training • Lava tubes are a sheltered environment that exist not only on earth, but also on the Moon and Mars. • Emesine cave was created in the Mauna Loa lava flow of 1880-1881.
    • HAWAII Nicolas Turner AEROSPACE Analyst, Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Lab SUMMIT THEME: Aerospace Education and Training
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Liane Kim, Challenger Center Hawaii THEME: Aerospace Education and Training • STEM Learning Center •Established in April 1993, Barbers Point Elementary School •Realistic Mission Control Room •Futuristic Space Station • Simulated Space Flight Experience •Return to the Moon Mission, grades 7-8 •Rendezvous With Comet Halley Mission, grade 6 [3]
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Liane Kim, Challenger Center Hawaii • STS 51-L Challenger Teacher-In-Space Mission •Established in memory of the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger •Ellison Onizuka, Kona, Hawaii •Christa McAuliffe, Teacher-In-Space • Professional Development •Standards-based Curriculum •General Learner Outcomes (GLOs) •Assessment
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Liane Kim, Challenger Center Hawaii • Testimonies “My whole way of teaching is taking on a new „look‟. In order to prepare my students,…the way I teach must be revised and altered. As a teacher, coming here was a bit painful, for transformation had to occur in order for me to become an effective educator.” J.H., teacher “(CCHI) is building kids today to meet and greet the world tomorrow.” J.G., teacher “Weeks of preparation is what our class had to go through until we were deem(ed) worthy for Challenger by our teacher and during this process I have seen most of my classmates more involved and engrossed in science than they have ever been. Challenger Center has made such a big impact on those who have gone through the quest.” L.L., student
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT 2013 University of Hawaii: Training Hawaii’s Residents for Aerospace Careers Peter Mouginis-Mark Director, Hawaii Institute Geophysics & Planetology, UH Manoa pmm@hawaii.edu
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT 2013 •Hawaii Space Grant College • 24 years of K-16 outreach on 8 campuses + undergraduate research fellowships and industry traineeships • Innovative in-house instrument development • Thermal + VIS/IR hyper-spectral imagers; stand-off Raman/LIBS; ion microprobe, STEM, FIBs for cosmochemistry • Faculty directly involved in space missions • 9 faculty on planetary science teams • 3 faculty on Earth-orbital science teams
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT 2013 • Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory • UH first university world-wide to build its own satellites and have access to own launch and ground-control facilities. • UH provides low-cost access to space • For ~$18M, can place ~300 kg to Sunsynchronous orbit at ~420 km altitude. Future goal is to send UH spacecraft to Moon by 2020. • Graduate training for future space engineers and ground controllers, esp. Native Hawaiians
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Shauna Tonkin, Ph.D. Director of Education, Pacific Aviation Museum THEME: Aerospace Education & Training • An Introduction to Pacific Aviation Museum • Our mission: Educate, Honor, Preserve • Our focus: Become a preferred partner for challenging, engaging, and relevant learning experiences in aviation and aerospace education [3]
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Shauna Tonkin, Ph.D. Director of Education, Pacific Aviation Museum
    • HAWAII AEROSPACE SUMMIT Shauna Tonkin, Ph.D. Director of Education, Pacific Aviation Museum