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FIRST VINYL RECORD PLAYED IN SPACE
July 30th, 2016 - Third Man Records/Jack White
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To Chase An Eclipse By David Jankowski: Students And Teachers In Near Space
TO CHASE AN ECLIPSE
An estimated 530 million people watched the landing of Apollo 11 on July 20th 1969 as Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down in the Sea of Tranquility on the surface of the Moon making it the first time in Human history that mankind had landed on the surface of another planetary body.
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ENABLE THE NEXT GENERATION OF INNOVATORS
CREATE CRITICAL THINKERS
INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN MATH AND SCIENCE
STRENGTHEN AMERICAS ROLE AS THE WORLDS ENGINE OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY
INCREASE STEM LITERACY TO ALL STUDENTS
SATINS is an education company that focuses on providing manned Edge Of Space program flights to junior high, high school teachers, college, and graduate school students, astronomers, scientists etc. Our goals are to increase student achievement in science, technology, engineering, and math via high altitude near space modules and very large specially designed balloons. 

As educators, you will not only have the opportunity to conduct with your students, high altitude science projects, you will also have the opportunity to educate your classroom/school from the edge of space thorough a live stream​.

SATINS programs also provide opportunities for students to become the engineers and scientists of their very own space programs by conducting real life missions to the edge of space through high altitude launch kits.  As an educator, your students will be in charge of every aspect of a real science mission from the planning, engineering, fabrication/assembly of their flight platform and experiments, to launch, and recovery, then finally they will analyze the results of their mission, complete with images, data, and video.  
By David Jankowski