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News and Events
Okay, so what's new in Galaxy Explorers? Let's start off with the news.
Galaxy Explorer uniform vests can now be ordered. The cost is $20.00. Uniforms should be in by January. Uniforms can be ordered through our on-line store (coming soon) or through your Mission Team Leader.
Two lucky Galaxy Explorers in Goddard Space Flight Center Mission Teams (MD) took to the skies recently thanks to the NASA Goddard Flight Club. The club flew clothes and food to needy families in Pennsylvania under the Wings of Warmth program. But this time Galaxy Explorers were there and had the time of their lives experiencing first hand the joy of flight.
Melvin Johnson takes to the skies!
There are some great upcoming events for members of the Federation. You can get more information on any event by sending an e-mail to or calling our toll free number 1 (877) 761-1266.
1. November 16. 2:00-4:00 PM. Members of the Federation will have a field trip to the National Air and Space Museum. The groups will undertake a scavenger hunt and be briefed on exhibits by space experts. Don't miss this fantastic event!
2. December 12. 7:00-9:00pm. Mission Teams at Goddard Space Flight Center will host a Centennial of Flight Party. Party location is at the Goddard Visitor's Center. There will be games and food. Come party with your mission partners at Goddard! POC is Ms. Morgan VanArsdall (301) 901-6051; .
3. January 24th. Mission Teams will meet to join in the excitement as one of the most recent Mars probe missions lands on the Red Planet. Please join us for this historic event at the NASA Goddard Visitor Center. This will be a night of unforgettable experiences for all Galaxy Explorers. All Galaxy Explorers are encouraged to participate! RSVP FOR ATTENDANCE AT GSFC IS A MUST!!!!
We are setting set-up similar nights for Galaxy Explorers Mission Teams in Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Saturday, January 24, 2003
7:30-until Star Gazing with Goddard Astronomy Club
8:00 Hands on activities, Scavenger Hunt
8:30 Robotics Demonstration
9:00 Science Talks (reserved)
11:00 NASA-TV Coverage of the Landing