//NASA lands at SC4

NASA lands at SC4

Stem Conference
STEM conference scheduled for Oct. 24, 25
Stephon Burrell
Guest Writer

NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel will be the featured guest at St. Clair County Community College’s 2nd Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference this Friday, Oct. 24, and Saturday, Oct. 25, at the college’s Port Huron campus.
Andrew Feustel will be demonstrating life out of space, how to survive below zero degrees, how to build CPO from StarWar’s, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the International Space Station where all the astronauts hang out and get to know each other more.
A crew has launched a spacecraft made up of astronauts or cosmonauts drawn from the various categories, commander, pilot, space shuttle mission specialist, or International Space Station flight engineer, drawn from the NASA professional career of Astronauts.
“Payload specialist,” to what Andrew Feustel explains refers to individuals selected and trained by commercial or research organizations that controls a large team of astronauts who are trained by commercial or research missions.
Attendees can make the choice between STEM’s workshops, Archaeology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Robotics, and Species and Habitats.
The conference starts at 7 p.m. on Friday in SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre and will continue on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.