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International Air and Space Program (2016 Edition)
Ever dreamed of becoming an Astronaut or joining the Space Program?
Wonder what ZERO G feels like? How about engineering & building a Robotic Rover and launching a rocket?
Then you must join the International Air and Space Program 2016 edition !
The International Air and Space Program is a challenging 5 day educational program. This year's challenge will be to perform a mission to study the chances of finding life on Jupiter’s satellite “Europa”. This mission involves teamwork problem solving & communication, among students and expert NASA engineers to adapt & solve many unexpected problems.
You will learn about building and launching rockets, design and construction of rovers & experience working in a floating environment of a wind tunnel and the application of flight procedures in an aircraft under a supervised flight.
We tour the actual facilities where today’s astronauts and scientists work, visit Mission Control and Rocket Park, Mock-up Facility including its full-size training modules of the International Space Station, the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory with an underwater full size ISS replica and more.
At the end of the week, each candidate will receive an official AEXA and Space Center Houston certificate during the graduation ceremony.
To secure your place for the exclusive IASP 2016 email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +52(55)4124-0626, we provide the necessary formats for registration and additional information.
The IASP is a year round program, our 2016 edition will be:
From October 23rd-29th for Middle & HighSchool / College category.
October 30th - November 5th for University / Graduate school category.
Daily activities & events take place from 08:00 to 17:00 hrs.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Paypal.
To pay in Mexico at bank, use account 1816111-1 of IXE Banco (Banorte) on behalf of Aplicaciones Extraordinaries Aeroespaciales AEXA SA de CV and through electronic transfer with CLABE 072180000181611114 Banorte.
For deposits in USD, exchange rate (FIX) stipulated by the Bank of Mexico will be taken.
Please send the receipt of payment and billing information to: email@example.com
For payments made in Mexico must receive payment data during the following 48 hours, otherwise the invoice will not be issue.
For US payments paid in US dollars, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invoice with a link for payment by credit card and / or wire transfer, or you can deposit directly to Chase bank account number 222712072 on behalf of AEXA Aerospace llc.
If traveling from Mexico, your registration will include round-trip charter flight departing from Mexico City (Mexico-Houston-Mexico) Transportation Airport-Hotel-Airport, between NASA facilities and to Ellington Spaceport, Admission to the event and Space Center Houston, Tour “Behind the scenes” Materials, Staff, all meals included, Graduation, 6 nights in Hotel and Accident Medical Insurance for duration of the event.
Full payment must be paid 45 days prior to the event.
AEXA reserves the right to cancel any reservation due to incomplete payment.
*** Over than $10,000.00 USD in prizes to be awarded ***
In case of cancellation, notice must be sent to email@example.com 1-month prior the event and 20% penalty on the registration fee for administrative expenses and cancellation of flights will be charged.
No refunds will be issued within 3 weeks prior to your visit. This is due to the flight and hotel reservations, staff scheduling, food and material purchasing. Therefore partial or full refunds are not possible.
Event capacity = 60 participants MAX. Spaces are limited, reserve now!
Will have 1 chaperone per each 6 students.
- Defining the Mission Objectives and Introduction to Satellite “Europa”
- Robotics and rocketry workshops, aircraft flight and freefall simulation flight.
- Brunch with an astronaut.
- Exclusive expert guest speakers with Q&A sessions.
- Behind-the-scenes tour, with private access to non-public sites and interaction with engineers and astronauts in their day to day activities.
- Final evaluation of your project and Graduation Ceremony.
2 Stage Rocket construction
Participants will engineer, build and launch a two-stage rocket. Launching may vary based on weather conditions.
Students must decide how to create a robotic rover based on a given set of parameters and tasks that the rovers must accomplish on Europa satellite. You will begin with a price list for supplies and then receive varying real world criteria to design, build and test your rover.
** Higher level of difficulty in the University category **
You will experience the simulation of true freefall conditions in a vertical wind tunnel
Here the dream of flight becomes reality by doing some assemblies just as performed by astronauts on their spacewalks.
A tour of NASA-Johnson Space Center with stops at historic Apollo era Mission Control, actual ISS Mission Control and the Space Station Mock-up Facility including its full-size training modules of the International Space Station. See rockets up-close that were used in early stages of the Space Program. Experience the space shuttle replica Independence atop the historic Boeing 747 shuttle carrier aircraft NASA 905. Also, visit the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory with an underwater full ISS replica.
Sunday Hotel Check-in, Welcome and initial instructions
MondayRobotics and rocketry workshops, supervised aircraft flight
Tuesday Robotics and rocketry workshops, supervised aircraft flight
Wednesday Freefall simulation flight and supervised aircraft flight
Rover practices and initial evaluation for 2 stage rockets
Thursday Behind the scenes tour
Final Rover and Rocket evaluation
Mission technical presentations
Brunch with an astronaut
Awards and Graduation ceremony
Each participant will adhere to the Code of Conduct during the event.
AEXA is not responsible for innappropiate behavior and/or damage caused by participants at the International Air and Space Program
If needed, for the purpose of acquiring a USA travel VISA, AEXA will gladly provide you with a âï¿½ï¿½Letter of Invitationâï¿½ï¿½ to this yearâï¿½ï¿½s event. Please note, this does not guarantee you will be granted a travel VISA. Furthermore, AEXA does not send the âï¿½ï¿½Letter of Invitationâï¿½ï¿½ to any Embassy. You can request a âï¿½ï¿½Letter of Invitationâï¿½ï¿½ by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the 3 previous editions of this program, hundreds of students from all 5 continents have participated the online free stages.
Final stage at Space Center Houston we have had participants from:
USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Bolivia, Spain and Canada.
Now… Only you are missing!
For more information please read the “Frequently asked question” on www.iasp.pro
Contact info: +52(55)4124-0626 email@example.com