Sole and Sayde sending a message to their mom’s.
The Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation (SARSEF) has been organizing and running the science fair since 1955, and this year we are submitting our first project! The girls have been working very hard and have had a lot of fun along the way!
Thank you to the Pascua Yaqui Clubhouse for a beautiful and delicious dinner! Many thanks to Sabestine, Brooke, Amanda, Gilbert, Gavino, Agnes, Renee, Ceasar, and Xavier!
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February 2, 2017
Taking Up Space, a program sending Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona girls to Space Camp, cordially invite you to enjoy an evening of scintillating conversation about life, the universe, and everything! Mingle with Tucson area planetary scientists, astronomers, and space artists over cocktails. There will be physics demonstrations, telescope viewing, displays of space art, a pair of free tickets up for grabs, and merchandise for sale of the New Orleans funk band Galactic, who will be performing that night at the adjacent Rialto Theatre following the party. So, break out your favorite space-themed outfit, put on your thinking (or drinking) caps, and join us! Excelsior!
Taking Up Space is a subsidiary project of the Tucson based non-profit organization, Time in Cosmology, whose mission is to fund the cost of sending girls from area Native American tribes to Space Camp®, in hopes…
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We had a great time with Alison Shores, COO of Girls Can! Crate! Alison taught us about Mary Golda Ross, the first Native American female engineer, and we built a Parachute Transport System for our Eggstronauts!
We also visited the PYT Community Center Library and made a Ku bird, a vain little bird that disappeared after all of the birds shared their feathers.
Thank you to Patty and Mina for a great tour of the Pima Air and Space Museum!
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December 2, 2016
Robert Lee “Hoot” Gibson (Capt, USN, Ret.), a former American naval officer and aviator, test pilot, aeronautical engineer, and retired NASA astronaut, will make a special appearance on December 6th at the Pascua Yaqui Community Clubhouse to help launch a program specifically designed to expand opportunities for Native American girls to immerse themselves in the horizon-broadening Space Camp experience. A project of the science-based non-profit organization “Time in Cosmology,” honored to be collaborating with the Pascua Yaqui Computer Clubhouse, the mission is to send middle school-aged Pascua Yaqui girls to Space Camp. There, they will be exposed to the leadership and team-building exercises the Camp offers. Additionally, the exploration of STEM and related academic content enhances future possibilities for educational and career goals. The…
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We are sending Pascua Yaqui Girls to Space Camp!
Time in Cosmology is honored to be collaborating with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in our mission to send middle school aged Pascua Yaqui girls to Space Camp! The first group of Pascua Yaqui girls attended Space Camp June 2017. Selected Scholarship winners received full tuition once a year for two years. We hope to be adding as many girls as we can for as long as we can fund the Taking Up Space Program.
The girls will have the opportunity to meet a NASA Astronaut, like Space Camp Alumni, NASA Astronaut, Dorthy Metcalf – Lindenburger, who visits Space Camp regularly. She sat down with us and answered the question, “What would you say to young women who think they have limitations?”
And Astronaut John Herrington the first Native American in Space: