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Web Casts and Chats

Turning Goals into Reality Event, October 14, 1998

Introduction to K-12 Online Aeronautics Projects at NASA: Web Cast and Chat

  • 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Pacific (4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Eastern)

  • During this event we will introduce you to four exciting online projects. If you are unable to join us for the entire event we have provided approximate times that will allow you to attend the portion of the program that is the most relevant to you:

  • Technologies Available During the Live Events:
    (Caution: These links may not be active until the time of the event.)


Chatting with Aero Design Team Experts

During the 98/99 school year, various Aero Design Experts were available for live interactions with students via Web chats.


Live from the Wright Flyer Wind Tunnel Test Archive

On March 9, 1999 a special Webcast was held in the 40'x80' wind tunnel! This event Included a video on the National Full Scale Aeronautics Facility at Ames Research Center and featured Craig Hange, Aerospace Engineer, NASA Ames Research Center.

To view the archive set location to http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/ltc/adto/wfo2.html


Lift In Webcast Archive

At 10 a.m. Pacific Time, Friday, February 19, 1999.

  • History met technology when the precise replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer entered the state of the art wind tunnel!

    To see the archive of this event! Go to view the real video


Friday, December 11:

  • Moving the AIAA 1903 Model of the Wright Flyer Webcast

  • 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Pacific (Noon - 1:00 p.m. Eastern)

  • Join us as we watch the team at Ames move the Wright Flyer Model from Hangar One to the Low Bay of the 40 x 80 Wind Tunnel.

  • Click Here: To view an archive of this event.


The Wright Flyer Online patch The Wright Flyer Wind Tunnel Test Logo

See the full-sized logo.


 

 
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