Their challenge was to identify a product created with NASA spinoff technology that we use in our everyday lives, then creating their own product using that technology. The top 10 projects from across the country were picked as finalists, and all four of the Dallas projects are by eighth-grade Astronomy students at Rangel.
Students used online tool Glogster to create “glogs,” which are virtual, interactive graphic posters.
The project that receives the most public votes wins the contest. Voting is open now through Monday, April 30. Learn about the projects and vote here.