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KidSat Background Core Idea Appreciation of value of Shuttle photographs for science and education Student Program Earth observations in support of Shuttle Radar Laboratory Trained crews Dedicated Cameras (hand held, bracket mounted, video) Focused on science observations Program developed by high school students working with scientists and astronauts Challenge Awards students Training notebook and journal paper Participated in the mission Elements that Captured Students' Interest Involvement in piloted space program Involvement in real NASA mission Shuttle photos before remote sensing data Ability to explore unexplored territory using photos Elements that Indicated Learning Took Place Humanities students easily grasped mission concepts Came away with new appreciation of the Earth Improved both skills and attitude Some changed to science majors
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