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Title: The University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY, deploys Space Shuttle Mission Simulator
Post by: Admin on January 24, 2012, 08:37:03 AM
In an effort to support the STEM initiative of which NASA is a prominent member, Exciting Simulations™ has decided to donate licenses of the Space Shuttle Mission Simulator™ to any non-profit, official/accredited US-based educational institution with a sciences, technology, engineering, math, or space-related program.

As part of this initiative, we are happy to announce that the University at Buffalo of Buffalo, NY, has successfully deployed our Space Shuttle Mission Simulator™ in their UB-SEDS lab.

We are extremely proud to see our simulator being made accessible within the education environment and we hope that its use will bring younger generations closer to Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM).

The University at Buffalo Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UB-SEDS) is a student-run group that seeks to promote space exploration and development among students and the community.

One of UB-SEDS fundamental projects is that of educational outreach, especially to younger children. UB-SEDS believes that the upcoming generation will make the explorers and leaders of tomorrow, and for that reason, it is very important to introduce children to the concepts of space exploration as early as possible, and in the most exciting and enticing ways. UB-SEDS is part of the SEDS-USA national organization. Please visit http://www.ubseds.org for more information.